Frank Morgan
  • 01387 257770
  • 01776 705645
  • Adult 25+
  • Adult 18-24
  • Adult 16-17
  • Annandale & Eskdale
  • Stewartry
  • Nithsdale
  • Wigtownshire
  • Stage 1 - Engagement

Information, advice and signposting for disabled people to access employability services.

We are a voluntary organisation and registered charity based in  Dumfries and Galloway.
We are disabled people working together in Dumfries & Galloway to improve our quality of life.
DG Voice is run by disabled people for disabled people. 75% of members must be disabled people.   It is a membership driven organisation.
We will support any disabled person, on any matter concerning them.
We work for better access to transport, shops, public buildings, education, employment, housing, etc
We raise awareness of disability issues.
We are a central point for representative consultation between disabled people and other agencies.
We gather and provide information on disability issues.
We hold regular meetings.
Dumfries Office:
High Street
Dumfries DG1 2DS
There is lift and wheelchair access.
Office Hours: 1pm to 4pm - Mon - Thur

Stranraer Office:
Millennium Centre
75 George Street
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 10:00am to 3:30pm Friday 10:00am to 3:00pm
Tel: 01776 705645

Specific Covid 19 Support 

*** Letter from our Executive Officer - 26th March 2020 ***

 Dear friends,

We are all experiencing change on an unprecedented scale and new information is coming rapidly from the Government. DG Voice will do our upmost to provide you with up to date information that may be relevant to disabled people, carers / families and all our members. This may also be of interest to other partner agencies and friends within the sector and communities.


In addition, some useful local sources of information are as follows:

Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway Chamber of Commerce

Dumfries and Galloway Carers Centre

 ‘Dumfries and Galloway Carers Centre’ have some very useful information as well as links to helpful sites for Carers :

If you are concerned about what Coronavirus might mean for you, or someone you care for, we recommend you visit the Carers UK website.

Our friends at ‘Carers UK’ have put together some really useful information on The Coronavirus that is relevant for carers and the people they care for.

We all look forward to things resuming to normal in due course.

With kind regards,

Frank Morgan – Executive Officer