Our Inverness Welfare Centre offers an approachable, direct, confidential service that involves one-to-one conversations to explore your situation, identify the issues and obtain the help you need.
The team will guide you through the support process, providing direct assistance where they can, and, with your agreement, involve other organisations and charities that might be better able to meet your particular needs.
Due to current public health restrictions, our Welfare Centres are currently closed. However the teams are working remotely to provide continued support to those in need.
Contact them during office hours by phone 01463 710300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the Inverness team
Nina Semple: Nina, as Welfare Services Manager, leads the development, delivery and promotion of the Welfare Centre in Inverness. She has more than a decade of experience working in the third sector in the North of Scotland.
Lorna McConnell: Lorna, Welfare Services Coordinator, served with the Royal Air Force for 22 years and is now focussed on providing support, information and advice to the Armed Forces community in the North of Scotland.
Roy Harrison: Roy served with the Army for 25 years before working within the NHS and third sector organisations in the Health and social care environment. Roy is now working in a Welfare role supporting the Armed Forces community in the North of Scotland.
Tim Williams: With varied experience of work in public, private and third sectors, Tim provides admin support to the Inverness team.
Get in Touch
- Call: 01463 710300 (office hours)
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: Poppyscotland Inverness, MacRobert Centre, Strothers Lane, Inverness IV1 1LR
Poppyscotland Inverness can be found in the heart of the Highland capital, very close to the train and bus stations, the multistorey council car park, and the high street. View directions.
You can find more information about the services available to the Armed Forces community in the North of Scotland in our specially-produced booklet Northern Pathways.