V1P Borders opened on 24th June 2016 providing veterans services throughout the Borders.
Our team consists of veterans peer support workers, clinicians, therapists and administration team.
- Information and signposting
- Understanding and listening
- Support and social networking
- Health and well-being
We provide ex-forces personnel, families and carers with services and support to address whatever issues may be concerning you. Our aim is to know what call to make on how to support you in addressing any issues or concerns you have relating to your past service and your transition from the Armed Forces.
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Please note, anything you send or say to us is held in strictest confidence. We never disclose or hand out any information to any third parties.
Support we offer
Drop In Afternoons: 13:00 to 17:00 hours every Wednesday. Coffee, tea and free wifi available and access to computers for CV writing, job searching, and housing applications.
Evening Drop In meals one Wednesday per month from 17:00 to 19:00. The next evening meal is the Christmas meal: Wednesday 6 December. If you are interested in coming along give us a call on 01896 668551 to book your place, all are welcome
Looking to the New Year the first drop-in will be 10th Jan 2018
Appointments with Peer Support Worker available Monday to Thursday.
Volunteers Wanted in the Borders
V1P Borders are asking for volunteer befrienders to offer assistance to veterans in the Scottish Borders. Volunteers must be military veterans able to give a minimum of two days a month for a minimum of six months. Travel expenses will be paid and PVG checks will be carried out.
If interested, please contact us.
Meet the team
Psychologist : Dr Deirdre Buckley Clinical Lead
Psychologist : Dr Lesley Walker Clinical Lead (Maternity Cover)
Peer Support : Andy Smith
Volunteer Befriender : Eddie Taylor
Volunteer Befriender : Matt Deaming
Volunteer Befriender : John Johnston
Volunteer Befriender : Pat Booth
Volunteer Befriender : Sarah Black