Who are we?

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by substance misuse and/or societal, financial or health inequalities.

Mission Statement

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life.

We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

Core Values

Compassion Inclusion Respect Partnership

What do we do?

We respond to identified need in Forth Valley and in partnership we support individuals and families to tackle Inequalities that diminish life chances. We consider the whole person, building a firm foundation from which an individual or family can achieve positive and lasting change.

How do we do it?

We engage with people at the earliest opportunity to prevent issues from worsening.

We provide direct intervention and support to meet personal objectives.

We work in partnership and provide coordination to ensure all needs are being met.

Aims and objectives

• Identify and support the most vulnerable and hard to reach individuals in Forth Valley.

• Develop the awareness of the impact of substance misuse on young people, children and families.

• Increase self-confidence, self-management and self determination.

• Improve access to the right support services.

• Work in partnership to achieve better life chances and improved outcomes.

How can you access us?

Our range of services are introduced below including their criteria for referral and contact details.

Transform Forth Valley Services

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The Assertive Outreach Service

The Assertive Outreach Service operates a Mobile Outreach Vehicle allowing us to work within any Falkirk community, and with a focus on prevention and early intervention.​

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Social Inclusion Project


The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) works with individuals over 16 within the area to access support and engage
with community services.

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Social Inclusion Project Clackmannanshire and Stirling

The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) works with individuals over 16 within the area to access support and engage
with community services.

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Time 4 Us

Time 4 Us works across Forth Valley providing support to children and families who have been impacted by substance use.

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The Alcohol Related Brain Injury (ARBI) Service

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The Alcohol Related Brain Injury (ARBI) Service is a multi-disciplinary team comprising of NHS Mental Health Nurses, NHS Support Workers, and a Social Care Coordinator. They
work across the Forth Valley area using an assertive outreach model to engage, assess, and support individuals who potentially have ARBI or have a diagnosis or ARBI.

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Tackling Inequalities & Improving Outcomes Project (TIIOP)

TIIOP is part of the Social Inclusion Project, working in partnership to support individuals who are currently involved with Falkirk Council Justice Service.

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Housing First Falkirk

The Housing First team provides secure and settled housing as the first response for individuals with multiple and complex individual needs. Eligibility is simply that the individual is willing and committed to their own tenancy agreement, and the home provided for as long as needed.

How can we help you?

Contact us on 01259 272112 or info@transformfv.org.uk

Unit 2, Block 7, Cooperage Way, Alloa, FK10 3LP
01259 272112
Registered Charity SC033772  Registered Company No. 329966