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Reach Out has one aim which is to encourage individuals and community groups throughout the Highlands and Argyll and Bute to make a difference for someone who’s lonely. Loneliness may not be an obvious issue for a health board to tackle but there is strong evidence that it can have a devastating impact on both mental and physical health. Visit the website here  or follow on Facebook  and Twitter

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The Easter Ross Community Partnership will meet in public at the Mercat Centre in Milton on Wednesday 4th October 2017 at 6pm.  This will be its fifth such meeting and completes the cycle of having held them in each of the five communities identified for Locality Plans – namely Invergordon, Alness, Tain, Balintore and now Milton & Kildary.
The Mid Ross Community Partnership will meet in public at the Dingwall Academy on Wednesday 27th September2017 at 6pm. This will be its fourth such meeting following meetings in Dingwall and Conon Bridge over recent months.
Local care providers are currently delivering homecare services to approximately 300 people in the Oban area.  The providers have been experiencing difficulties in recruiting and retaining staff locally and this is leading to significant pressures on the homecare service in the locality.