Covid-19 Response, last updated 21st June 2021

Below are service updates for all organisations mentioned in the pathway who have changed services. Please get in contact if you wish to update this information.

tsiMORAY COVID-19 Community Database

Explore all the services designed to support you and your community during the COVID-19 pandemic and in to recovery. Information on this portal will be routinely updated – access the database here or search for tsiMORAY. If any information is out of date please let them know.

For health information please refer to the latest NHS guidelines.


Grampian psychological resilience hub

Grampian psychological resilience hubs role is to help you if you are experiencing distress. It’s self-referral, no need to go to your GP just call direct. They offer some tips and techniques that can help and offer guidance and support by phone or virtual appointment. People can receive up to 3 sessions and can if need be can self refer back to the hub a couple of times.
 Search online or click this link.

UPDATE May 2021: Primary Care Psychological therapies service for Moray is now back open and running.  Referrals to this service are via the resilience hub and a person can be referred by their GP or they can self-refer.


Specialist Mental Health Support

This service continues to operate differently due to Covid impact on restrictions/regulations.  The main example of this is that as much as possible support is to be delivered by alternative means  rather than face to face.  This could be by phone or using the NHS ‘Near Me’ platform.  Face to face assessments may still be offered, but this would be the exception rather than the rule.  Covid screening is in place for all face to face contacts.


Mental Health & Wellness Service

As restriction continue in Moray, no face to face support appointments are available, all support will take place over telephone or Zoom.

If you have a general enquiry or would like to access our 1st Response Service please call us on 0800 234 3490. Staff are currently available Monday to Friday between 10.00am and 5.00pm, alternatively you can email us at


Moray Wellbeing Hub CIC

Peer-support group and 1-2-1 opportunities continue during lockdown, now offered over the phone and online.

Regular online support groups for wellbeing (inc lunchtime informal support over zoom), online wellbeing courses (including creative and CBT based), support from peers for people with challenges connecting using technology, opportunities to join the social movement and plan further activity to respond to COVID19 crisis


Quarriers Carer Support Service (Moray)

The Carer Support Service is still available to support unpaid carers, young and adult, during the Pandemic.  Covid protocols are being strictly adhered to and every effort is being made to deliver the service as normally as possible, under the circumstances. Contact is being made by phone, text, email, or zoom/teams and socially distanced where necessary.

  • Activities and learning opportunities are available online via zoom to keep carers connected.
  • Facebook is updated daily with useful information and news.
  • The website has a What’s On calendar promoting lots of activities to reduce isolation.
  • Family Wellbeing Workers are available to plan support, provide advice and information, signpost to specialist agencies and lend a listening ear where necessary, so carers don’t feel alone.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch:

01343 556031


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Circles Advocacy

Mon- Friday, currently offering phone/social media contact to support people with most conditions eg LD, Mental Ill Health, Drug and Alcohol, etc. During this time of active COVID-19 restrictions, we are able to offer face to face contact but only if it is essential. The 3 key aims of advocacy are to support a persons view to be heard, to help them understand their rights and to get the right information to help them make informed decisions. This service is free.