One-to-one wellbeing support

Last updated: 10/12/2019

We provide one-to-one mental health and wellbeing support for single mothers in all our local services. This involves individual help with practical and emotional issues getting in the way of good mental health and wellbeing.

Important notice

Following the announcement on Monday 16 March regarding Covid 19, we will be suspending our face-to-face work in GlasgowDundeeFalkirkLanarkshire and Edinburgh. This includes groups, courses and one-to-one support.

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Feeling in control of some aspects of your life can really support your mental health. Enjoying better mental health can also benefit your children, which means that all of you can experience a home environment that feels a little happier.

We can help provide emotional and practical support in a confidential space, while working with you to:

  • Create a personal action plan.
  • Set realistic and achievable goals.
  • Research activities and help you make connections in your local area.
  • Get in touch with other services where appropriate and agreed by you.
  • Develop kindness and compassion for yourself – you are doing your best.


Contact our wellbeing family support workers

To find out more about support available to you and the referral process for one-to-one wellbeing support, choose from one of our local services below.

Who will I work with?

You will work with our Mental Health and Wellbeing Family Support Workers based out of our local service hubs.

Through this relationship, you can begin to feel more engaged in your life. Making small changes can help your physical and mental health improve.

What do our parents and parent carers say?


You're the only one that's given me any sort of hope in all this.

- Single parent, Glasgow

It makes a difference knowing there's one person in my corner.

- Single parent, Glasgow

Related information

Read our single parent stories


There are many organisations in Scotland who can help you if you need support around a specific issue or if you just need someone to talk to. You can find a comprehensive list on the Parenting across Scotland website, but here are a few you might find useful: