The 101 Project – Positive Lifestyles
There is always something we need to know but are not sure where to find the answer. If you are a single parent or a young parent in this position, we might have the answer you are looking for.
Our workers can give advice and support around healthy eating, managing stress,relaxation, safe home environments, family relationships, separation issues, etc. We can also give you information about local and city wide activities and services that could benefit you and your family. If we don’t know the answer you’re looking for, we will find someone who does.
We can meet with families at home, at our offices or at one of our information cafes. Families can also attend our groups run at different times of the year, in different localities across Dundee.
The workers at the 101 Project can give you advice and information about things like:
- Getting into work
- Benefits checks
- Training and volunteering
- Childcare issues
- Handling your separation
- Contact/access issues
- Family relationships
- Children’s behaviour
- Getting out and about in Dundee to meet other parents
- Family activities
- And many more things
There so many things that could be affecting you and your family. If there is something you need to know, just get in touch with us and we will see what we can do to help. We have an answering machine out with these times so you can leave a message and someone will call you back. You can also contact One Parent Families Scotland Helpline on 0808 801 0323.
Drop-in information sessions
We have two drop-in information sessions every week in Whitfield (Tuesdays from 9.30 – 12noon) and Fintry (Thursdays from 9.30 – 12noon) that anyone can come to speak to workers.
On Tuesdays our drop-in is in our offices at 101 Whitfield Drive and on Thursdays at Families House 20 Grampian Gardens. You don’t need an appointment, just come along.
We look forward to hearing from you.