The Corner Drop-in is now CLOSED
Some services are still available through appointment.
If you need to speak to someone or need a service please call us on 01382 206060
or contact us via social media @thecornerdundee on facebook/Twitter/instagram
With regards to current circumstances around Coronavirus the decision has been made to close The Corner Drop In. This means the Corner will be closed until further notice. We are unsure when we will re-open but we will keep you up to date.
Staff are on hand online and over the phone if you need to speak with us and will have information about services to signpost you to. You can call us on 01382 206060, contact us via the website, or visit @thecornerdundee on facebook/insta or Twitter.
To protect your privacy and confidentiality please use our social media messaging services.
Keep Safe and we will see you all soon
The Corner Team
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Christmas opening hours
The Corner will only be closed on Christmas day, boxing day, 1st and 2nd of January. If needed Boots The Chemist Pharmacy will be open from 8:30 to 6pm on 26th and 2nd. Or NHS 24 will be availabe through ou the holidays
Check out Reformation Project 28th and 29th September
RE-FORMATION is a community art project celebrating and promoting young people’s ideas, skills and achievements as part of Scottish Government’s Year of Young People 2018. It is a large-scale city wide partnership project, co-designed and delivered by young people from school and community groups.
The project plans to transform the pedestrian area of Reform Street, covering the cobbles with inspirational words and images to create a vibrant and uplifting atmosphere for the wider community. 10 community groups will create individual designs that will collectively carpet the street.
The art installation is an ambitious and exciting display, demonstrating young people’s perspective of youth culture. The artwork will include themes such as equality, diversity, ambition, inclusion and will explore stereotypes and mental health.
The project will culminate in a live event on Saturday 29th September and Sunday 30th September where participating groups will be invited to transfer their designs onto the street as a temporary art installation.
We are seeking funding to support groups from across the city to participate in this exciting event. If you can sponsor RE-FORMATION in any way please contact 01382 206060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Still being volunteer friendly
The Corner is delighted to have been successful in gaining the Volunteer Friendly award for another three years. This award is greatly appreciated and will help to ensure that the Corner continues to meet the requirements to best provide current and future volunteers with relevant, appropriate opportunities, support and guidance.
Volunteers and staff recently attended a civic award ceremony held by the Volunteer centre Dundee and presented by the Depute Lord Provost at the City Chambers. The ceremony recognised and celebrated services regaining the awards, as well as services gaining the award for the first time. In the picture Cameron Price, volunteer arts worker was presented with the Volunteer friendly award on behalf of the Corner.
As part of our 21st Birthday celebrations we launched a billboard exhibition at Slessor Gardens on Thursday 28th September. This artwork will be on the hoardings at the west side of Slessor Gardens for the next few weeks. To find out more click here.
Launch of Brain Injury Resources
As part of Brain Awareness Week our newly developed "Keeping (a)head film" and "Puzzled about the brain" resources were launched on Tuesday 7th March at The Shore.
These resources have been developed at The Corner with young people in partnership with NHS Tayside's Centre for Brain Injury Rehabilitation, supported by Dundee City Council's Youth Work Department.
Both the film and jigsaw are aimed at raising young people’s awareness of potential head injuries through sport and other lifestyle risk taking behaviours. These resources will be used initially in Schools.
Rock your Rights!
Our spring campaign at The Corner focused on Rights. We promoted young people’s rights and shared information about the legal age that young people have different rights. Check out our leaflet.
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We were delighted to welcome The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge to The Corner on Friday 23rd October to meet with young people and find out about the services we offer.
Click here to find out more about thier visit to Dundee.
Eat, Sleep, Care, Repeat
The Corner went all 80's in the months of August and September for the 'Eat, Sleep, Care, Repeat' campaign. With its bright neon colour the campaign was all about positivity - how to be 'happy' through self care, healthy eating and sleeping well, and how to care for others through random acts of kindness.
Click here to check out the resources and to find out more.
Implant Service now at The Corner
An implant is a small flexible rod that is placed just under your skin in your upper arm. It releases a progestogen hormone similar to the natural progesterone that women produce in their ovaries and works for up to three years. (Family Planning Association) For more information please click here
The Corner now offers an implant service available by appointment. If you wish to contact The Corner to discuss this please click here or drop-in Monday to Friday 2 to 6pm or Saturday 1 to 4pm.
Know your LGBTs...
'Know your LGBTs...' was a health campaign designed by young LGBT people at The Corner and Allsorts youth group in Dundee. The young people wished to highlight that not every person falls into LGBT stereotypes. They wanted to show that gender and sexual identity are not fixed; not everyone fits into one box.
To find out more come down to Drop-in or call 01382 206060 to speak to the LGBT Worker.