The open day, which takes place on Thursday 26 July from 1-6pm, will give the local community the opportunity to come along on the day and visit the variety of staffs and information stands that will be there showing what support and information is available for adults in the area, as well as what it is hoped will be in the area in the future.
Kate Earnshaw, District Manager for Skye, Lochalsh and Wester Ross, said: “This is a resource centre for all of the community and we want it to be treated as such.
“By having the open day we are giving the community the chance to find out what help and support the centre actually provides and we’re also hoping they take this opportunity to put forward their views as well.
“We want the community to help shape this resource so it best serves their needs. We will be looking at what we can have in the future and we value their input.”
There will also be a register on the day where those who are interested in helping will be able to make it known. Partner organisations will also be able to register an interest as well.
She explained that as well as stalls and information stands there will also be a tour of the centre and afternoon tea will be available.