Veteran holding small boy and both smiling

Dunbartonshire

We can Help

Support for the armed forces in Dunbartonshire

We help veterans and service personnel, and their families, in the local community and we rely on public donations to continue our work. Our commitment is to provide support with experienced, non-judgemental and friendly advice, as well as a variety of practical services which cover a range of social, family and financial issues.

Get in touch

Local branch contact details

Opening times

Please note that the office is not manned. A telephone answering service is provided, it is monitored on a regular basis. Please leave your name, preferred contact details and any message.

Contact Details

Email: Dunbartonshire@ssafa.org.uk

Phone: 0745 303 1443

Do you need help or welfare support

Ask us a question

Your support is very important to us and we’d like to continue to keep you informed about the vital work we do. We’ll never sell or share your details. Your personal information is protected and processed in accordance with current data protection legislation, including GDPR.

You can read our Privacy Policy here.

Latest

  • Armed Forces Day - Helensburgh 24/06/2017

    SSAFA Dunbartonshire Street Collection

    SSAFA Dunbartonshire held their annual Collection on the streets of Helensburgh on Saturday 24th June 2017

    Thanks to all who supported us on the day and helped raise over £300, which was a fantastic effort despite the conditions.

    We would especially like to thank members of TS Neptune who did a sterling job raising £128.00 with virtually nobody walking the streets and on a day when the Waverley failed to get herself alongside at the end of the pier.

  • AGM 2017

    Our AGM this year was held on the 25 April 2017 at the RNCYC

    Full report to follow

  • ASAP - Armed Services Advice Project

    ASAP 3 year extension

    The good news is that ASAP has been granted a 3 year extension (until September 2019). A justified extension to this worthwhile project.

ASAP

The Armed Services Advice Project.

ASAP is the Armed Services Advice Project. and is part of the Scottish Citizens Advice Bureau Service

Armed Services Advice Project
SSAFA is one of the funders of the Armed Services Advice Project
It supports people who are serving in or leaving the armed forces. This project is part of a national service provided by Citizens Advice Bureaux in Scotland. It helps existing or former service personnel and/or their immediate families who need assistance with benefits, debt, housing, employment issues, relationships and service related matters.
You can access this service in Argyll & Bute through self referral, referral from generalist CAB adviser, or referral from another agency.
Contact – Sandra Staniland – 01546 605 555 or email sandrastaniland@abcab.casonline.org.uk