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we offer a safe and loving place to live for children who have suffered abuse and trauma
we help families recover from drug and alcohol addiction so their children can thrive
we give babies a brighter future by building confidence in parents
we make life easier in families where a child has a disability
we work with young people and families to prevent their problems from spiraling out of control
We have services all across Scotland, from the Highlands to the Borders.
Our support runs the length and breadth of Scotland because not all children are born with an equal chance.
We are there for Scotland’s hidden children, when others let them down.
Because every child deserves the chance to flourish.
At Aberlour, we believe that all children deserve to flourish. We are there for children, young people and families across Scotland, helping transform lives for the better.
We listen: Our services are tailored to help each child, young person or family to be the very best they can be. We support them to overcome significant challenges like growing up in and leaving care, living with a disability and dealing with the impact of drugs and alcohol on family life. We offer support at the earliest opportunity: Giving children the best possible start in life is at the heart of everything we do.
“When my daughter Anna was diagnosed with autism, I was..
“I went through a lot as a child. From when..
I had always wanted to have children, from a very..
I remember the day that I left my mum’s. I..
I ended up going to Aberlour Youthpoint - Moray, when..
Sometimes people need support in order to live an independent life, perhaps due to a physical or learning disability. Self-Directed Support (SDS) means having choice and control over what that support looks like.
It means that instead of your local council making decisions about what support you should have, that you take these decisions yourself (or on behalf of your child).
Aberlour has been looking after children, young people and families for more than 140 years. We continue to hold records in our archives for the children who grew up in Aberlour Orphanage, which operated from 1875 – 1967. We also hold records for those children and young people who were looked after by us more recently. If you would like to search our archives for your records, or for those of a family member, please let us know.