Our members

Parenting across Scotland’s members are children's charities and adult relationship organisations working together for families and children in Scotland.



Aberlour offers practical and emotional care to disadvantaged children and families. They provide residential and foster care, have an urgent assistance fund, and offer support with issues a family is struggling with.


Aberlour - Scotland's children's charity

Children in Scotland

Children in Scotland works with children, young people, families and professionals to influence policy and practice. They champion children’s rights and collaborate with others to achieve positive change.


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Contact supports families with disabled children with the best possible guidance and information. They bring families together to help each other and campaign to improve life for themselves and others.


 Contact: For families with disabled children

Families Outside

Families Outside works for the families of people involved in the criminal justice system, mitigating the effects of imprisonment by providing support and information to the families, and to other people who work with them.


Families Outside logo with strapline - supporting families affected by imprisonment


Home-Start is a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support, helping families with young children through challenging times. They have local Home-Starts in most parts of Scotland.


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One Parent Families Scotland

One Parent Families Scotland is dedicated to supporting single parents and their children. They offer a free helpline, local community-based services and campaign for single parent families to be valued and treated equally and fairly.


 One Parent Families Scotland - changing lives, challenging poverty

Relationships Scotland

Relationships Scotland is the largest provider of relationship counselling, family mediation and child contact centre services in Scotland. They also offer training courses and continuing professional development.


Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs

SFAAD supports anyone worried about someone else’s alcohol or drug use. They give information and advice, help with confidence-building, communication and general wellbeing, and find sources of local support.


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