Four Pillars provides one-to-one services to discuss matters such as: LGBT+ relationship issues, coming out, family issues around your identity, transitioning, sexuality, sexual health. We also cover other areas, so please feel free to ask.

We DO NOT provide counselling services and/or cover mental health diagnoses, autism or trauma-informed counselling. However, we fully understand and appreciate these can impact LGBT+ specific issues, we will happily discuss your options with you so please reach out.

To organise a one-to-one session with one of our staff/volunteers please complete the form by clicking the request now button.


The primary aim of QuEST first and foremost is to support LGBT+ children & young people, up to 18 years old, across Aberdeenshire. Our LGBT+ Inclusion Advisors (LIA) will visit young people in their local area, provide one-to-one support, offer advice & information and signpost to local services. LIA’s will also deliver LGBT+ Awareness training to school communities, to both adults and young people & provide on-hand phone support across all local authority schools.


Come visit us in our brand new premises where we offer our services and support. Catch up with old friends, make some new friends from the wider community over a coffee and snacks, if coffee is not your thing we offer a selection of hot and cold drinks.
Drop-in open from Tuesday-Saturday.
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Four Pillars offers a variety of groups, that are catered towards your needs. Encourages you to meet other people, build relationships, chat, share, and grow.
This improves your overall health & well-being by reducing isolation, growing your confidence, learning new skills, building a community.

To find out which group is right for you, click the poster and explore today.


Four Pillars offers LGBT+ Awareness training direct to your organisation. Whether you’re a small or large company we can cater for all your needs.

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If you have been targeted because of your disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity, or you are aware of someone else being targeted, you can report it to us or Police Scotland.

Third Party Reporting allows you to report the crime in confidence with support from one of our trained volunteers.

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