Welcome to Simpson House - often described as friendly, welcoming, safe and encouraging.

At Simpson House we provide counselling for people affected by their own or another’s drug use, recovery support groups, recovery one to one appointments, and work with children and young people affected by parental substance use.


We welcome people of all cultures, all gender identities, sexual orientations, and all religious and ethnic backgrounds to Simpson House. 

We strive to provide professional services that are empowering, transforming and innovating.

Simpson House is part of CrossReach, the Social Care arm of the Church of Scotland.



We look forward to hearing from you and are especially keen to hear your feedback  on how you experience the services and how things could be even better.

 

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 Celebrating 30 years of counselling in Simpson House

It is a year since we launched ‘A Life Worth Living’.  It has been very successful and we have been pleased to welcome a large number of new members.  ‘A Life Worth Living Group’ has grown so much, that we are temporarily not taking new people into the group.  This change does not affect people who have previously attended.

We will keep contact details of anyone new who is interested in attending this group, or similar provision, in the future, and we will update information when this situation changes.


A Life Worth Living meetings are on Thursday 10.15am-12pm