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Welcome to the FNS Directory of dad-friendly groups and organisations in Scotland! This is the place to connect with organisations, professionals and volunteer groups working with dads and families across the country.

Looking for a playgroup in your area which welcomes dads? Do you need support, advice or information as you take up a new parenting role? Or perhaps you’re an organisation that wants to engage with fathers locally? You’ll find help with all of this and more in our directory and interactive map.

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180 listings in Directory

Children 1st
United Kingdom
Scotland's National Children's Charity. Working towards a happy, healthy, safe and secure childhood for all children in Scotland.
Aberlour Child Care Trust
United Kingdom
We are there for children, young people & families in Scotland, helping transform lives for the better. Disability, residential care, early years & intervention
Abused Men In Scotland
United Kingdom
Helpline 0808 800 0024 (Mon-Fri 9am-4pm) for men affected by domestic abuse. Support via e-mail: contact@amis.org.uk Calls from family&friends welcome too!
Action for Children - Clacks Family Support Unit
Our centre is suited to the local community they serve providing the best place to help families flourish.
Action for Children - Scotland
Official Action for Children Scotland page highlighting our work supporting more than 14,000 children, young people, parents and carers each year.
Bairns, a Blether and a Brew
Bairns, a Blether and a Brew - a parent and baby group where no one sits alone. Everyone is welcome. And most importantly we have coffee!
Barnardo's Scotland
United Kingdom
We provide 130+ community-based services across Scotland supporting 26,500+ vulnerable children, young people & families
Barnardo's - Thrive (public social partnership)
Perth & Kinross and Angus
Bible Reading Fellowship
United Kingdom
Books for Babies
Craigmillar Books for Babies, supporting parents and carers in the sharing of books and rhymes with their children. Promoting early communication in under 4s.
Boomerang Community Centre
Boomerang Community Centre offers the chance for people of all ages and cultures to learn, try new activities, get help and advice, improve their fitness and catch up with friends at social events.
BfN Breastfeeding Network (BfN)
The Breastfeeding Network (BfN) aims to be an independent source of support and information for breastfeeding women and those involved in their care.
Breathing Space
Open up when you're feeling down It helps to get some Breathing Space. You are not alone and talking about how you feel is a positive first step in getting help.
Bright Light Relationship Counselling
Edinburgh , Scotland
Bright Light Relationship Counselling is an Edinburgh based counselling charity providing services to individuals,couples & families.
Bruce Family Centre, Shetland Islands Council
Lerwick, Scotland
Britain's Most Northerly Dads Group
Cafe Stork
United Kingdom
Cafe stork is a free drop in session to relax, have some lunch & meet other new or expectant parents, grandparents or carers - Mondays 1-3pm
Care and Learning Alliance
Inverness , Scotland
Care & Learning Alliance is the largest 3rd sector early learning & childcare organisation in Highland/Moray offering training, baby, toddler & family support.
Care and Learning Alliance - Dingwall Baby Group
United Kingdom
A Care and Learning Alliance group for babies age 0-18 months, parents and carers. Contact Parent toddler Co-coordinator for more details 07446 058313
Centrestage for Communities
CS was established in 2006 to enable anyone, regardless of age, background or experience the opportunity to be part of our community built around music.
Child Maintenance
United Kingdom
A confidential and impartial information and support service for people needing help with child maintenance.
CHIP offers information, support and advice to the families and carers of children and young people with additional support needs, and to professionals.
Circle is a Scottish charity working at the heart of deprived communities across central Scotland. Our aim is to support the most disadvantaged and difficult-to-engage children and families to improve their lives and promote their healthy potential and de
Edinburgh, Scotland
CrossReach was launched in June 2005 and was previously known as the Church of Scotland Board of Social Responsibility. Under our new name, CrossReach continues the Church of Scotland's long tradition of providing care and support. In fact, this work star
CrossReach Daisy Chain
The Daisy Chain Early Years Project uses play-based interventions to improve the lives and life chances of children under 8, by ensuring they are safe, healthy, included, nurtured and engaged (SHINE).