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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 importance of accurate and effective health record keeping is an essential element in the delivery of health and social care services for local communities served by the Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).

Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) launched an exciting new online information and support service in Campbeltown Grammar School on 14th June.  The online service, which is called Cool2talk, ( is a responsive, safe space for young people across Argyll and Bute to get their questions answered in the knowledge that they will be responded to promptly by a trained, knowledgeable person who won’t judge, but will offer information and guidance.
NHS Highland’s annual review for 2016-17 is to be held on Thursday 31 August in the Macdonald Resort, Aviemore with Aileen Campbell, Minister for Public Health, in attendance.