Scottish Legal Aid Board: Legal aid is help towards the costs of legal advice and representation for those who qualify, paid for out of public funds. It is designed to help individuals on low and modest incomes gain access to the legal system. The Scottish Legal Aid Board has an information line.
Release: Helpline and support for drug users, families, friends. Advice on drug related subjects including health, welfare and legal issues. Referrals to lawyers and local drug services. Helpline - 0207 324 2989 open 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm, Monday-Friday
Victim Support Scotland: Provides information on reporting a crime in Scotland and the justice process. Helpline - 0845 603 9213 open 8am - 8pm, Mon - Fri
Victims of Crime in Scotland: Provides information on reporting a crime in Scotland and the justice process.
Crimestoppers: To pass on information about crime anonymously Helpline - 0800 555 111
Legal Aid Helpline: To find out more about legal aid and if you may qualify, or where to find a legal aid solicitor, note service does not provide legal advice.Helpline - 0845 122 8686 Mon - Sun: 7am - 11pm
Child Support Agency: Role is to make sure that parents who live apart from their children contribute financially to their upkeep by paying child maintenance. Helpline - 08457 133 133 Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm, Sat: 9am - 5pm
ACAS: The Acas Helpline is the place to go for both employers and employees who are involved in an employment dispute or are seeking information on employment rights and rules. The Helpline provides clear, confidential, independent and impartial advice to assist the caller in resolving issues in the workplace. Helpline - 0300 123 1100Monday - Friday 8.00 - 20.00 Saturday - 9.00 - 13.00