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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 Covid-19 (Coronavirus) update:    22/04/2020

Dear All,
As the world continues to grapple with the effects of COVID-19, social distancing is necessary to slow the spread of the virus and keep our communities safe. For this reason, in line with Government advice, CrossReach Counselling has taken the difficult decision to temporarily close its counselling centres until there is less risk to public health. Staff are working remotely and will be answering emails. Please contact us by clicking here We are advising all current and waiting lists clients of the situation and have interim steps in place to support our most high risk and vulnerable clients.
Many people are already self-isolating and most of us are feeling overwhelmed and anxious about the sudden and significant changes that are happening in our own country and across the world. There are a number of online spaces filled with tips and advice on being as healthy as we can during this unprecedented time.
·       Mind have produced information to help people cope with the worry and anxiety about coronavirus. Visit mind.org.uk for further information
·       The Mental Health Foundation have developed some key tips to help people look after their mental health during this unprecedented time:
1.      Avoid speculation and focus on reputable news sources
2.      Try to stay connected. We encourage you to reach out by phone and online to those around you so we can all support each other.
3.      Manage how you follow the outbreak in the media. Try to avoid surrounding yourself with 24/7 updates
For more details, visit mentalhealth.org.uk.
For those in urgent need of support please contact:
Breathing Space Helpline : 0800 83 85 87
The Samaritans: 116 123
We will let you know as soon as our CrossReach Counselling doors can reopen. Thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time.