Gender-based Violence Service Resource - Alphabetical

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Aberlour Childcare Trust No 1 Project Back to top
ADDRESS : 1 Lancaster Crescent, Glasgow, G12 0RR

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 337 6637/6638

FAX : 0141 338 8184

EMAIL : lancastercres@aberlour.org.uk

WEBSITE : www.aberlour.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : 9.00 am – 5.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS :
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To enhance children’s life chances by enabling women and their children experiencing problems related to drug and/or alcohol use to explore, consider and choose positive lifestyle options.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender-based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
Residential service

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
referral by another agency

ADDITIONAL INFO : We provide a 6 month residential programme, and provide a groupwork programme, detoxification programme, one to one support, support on dependency issues, parenting issues, one to one work with children.


 

Amina, The Muslim Women’s Organisation (MWRC) Back to top
ADDRESS : Network House, 311 Calder Street, Govanhill, Galsgow, G42 7NQ

TEL : Office: 0141 585 8026, Helpline: 0808 801 0301

FAX : 0141 423 7700

EMAIL: info@mwrc.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Office: Mon -Fri, 9.30am - 5pm, Drop - in: Mon & Wed, 10am - 12.30, Thurs 1pm - 3.30pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Resource Centre: Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Helpline: Scotland wide

ACCESS : wheelchair access, accessible toilets, interpreter available, parking nearby

AIMS of organization: Amina, MWRC aims to promote the welfare of Muslim women and counter any disadvantage they may face. We also aim to enable Muslim women to fully participate in society without having to compromise basic Islamic values and to ensure they are able to access appropriate services and facilities.
Our services are for all women regardless of ethnic, religious or cultural background.

SERVICE FOR :
women

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
information resources / library
Scotland wide helpline
Family mediation services
Befriending service

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

ASSIST Back to top

ADDRESS: Community Safety Glasgow, Eastgate, 727 London Rd G40 3AQ

TEL: 0141 276 7710
FAX: 0141 276 7799
EMAIL: assist@drs.glasgow.gov.uk
OPENING TIMES:
Mon-Fri: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm, but on call at all times

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED:

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access, interpreters available by arrangement

AIMS of organisation:
To provide advocacy, information and support to women and men whose partners or ex-partners are appearing in Glasgow’s Domestic Abuse Court.

SERVICE:
Women
Men
Children

ISSUES COVERED:
Domestic Abuse
Gender based violence (in general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Support
Provides risk assessment and safety plan for each service user

REFERRALS:
Self-referral
Referral by another agency
Referral by police at time of incident


 

Base 75 ( Drop - in Centre ) Back to top

ADDRESS : 75 Robertson Street, Glasgow, G2 8QD

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 276 0737

FAX : 0141 276 0736

OPENING HOURS : Office: Mon - Thurs, 9.30am – 4.45pm, Fri, 9.30am - 4pm
Drop – in: Mon - Fri, 7.00pm – 11.00pm, Sun, 7pm - 10.30pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide an easily accessible and self-referring support and healthcare service to women in prostitution. The work of the Centre is confidential and non-judgemental, meeting the needs of women in prostitution in a safe place, where information and advice is given alongside a healthcare service.

SERVICE FOR :
women

ISSUES COVERED :
Prostitution

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
methadone clinic
Sexual health services (Wed/Thurs)

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

Breakthrough for Women Back to top
ADDRESS : 4/1, 30 Bell Street, Glasgow G1 1LG

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 276 3981

FAX : 0141 276 3985

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thu 8.45am - 4.45pm, Fri 8.45am - 3.55pm
(evening appointments can be arranged)

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City

ACCESS :
wheelchair access (project is on 4th floor but accessible by lift)
accessible toilets
interpreter can be arranged
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
The project aims to provide support, counselling and information to women whose lives have been affected by child sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault / abuse.

SERVICE FOR :
women

ISSUES COVERED :
Child Sexual Abuse
Rape & Sexual Assault

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
consultancy
Urdu, Punjabi, and Cantonese speaking counsellors

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

British Red Cross Back to top

ADDRESS: Refugee Unit, Ashfield House 2nd Floor 402 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G2 3JD

TEL: 0141 331 4170

FAX: 0141 331 4179

OPENING HOURS: 9.30 am- 4.30 pm Closed between 1pm and 2pm Closed on Wednesday morning

AREA COVERED: Glasgow for one-to-one support Scotland-wide for telephone advice

ACCESS: Interpreters, Lift (but steps at the entrance)

AIMS of organisation: The project aims to enable asylum seeker and refugee women who are survivors of gender-based violence to lead independant lives and to integrate in their new community.

SERVICE FOR: Women

ISSUES COVERED: Gender-Based Violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES: One to one volunteer support, routine enquiry, referral and sign-posting, advocacy

REFERRAL:
Self–referral, referral by another agency


 

CASTLEMILK DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROJECT Back to top
ADDRESS : 121 Castlemilk Drive, Glasgow G45 9UG

TEL : 0141 634 4053

FAX : 0141 634 6755

EMAIL: domviol2000@yahoo.co.uk

WEBSITE: www.domesticviolencescotland.org

OPENING HOURS : Mon – Thurs, 9.30 am -5.00 pm, Fri, 10.00 am- 4.00 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : South East Glasgow

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
parking nearby
Female interpreters/signers available

AIMS of organisation :
To raise awareness of issues around domestic abuse through inter agency working and to address needs identified by local women.

SERVICE FOR :
women

ISSUES COVERED :
Domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
Support, information and advocacy for women who are living with, or have experienced violence or abuse
Mentoring
Working and awareness raising

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

CASTLEMILK LAW CENTRE Back to top
CRIMINAL INJURIES LEGAL RIGHTS PROJECT
ADDRESS : 155 Castlemilk Drive, Glasgow G45 9UG

TEL : 0141 634 0313

FAX : 0141 634 1944

EMAIL: mail@castlemilklawcentre.co.uk

WEBSITE: www.castlemilklawcentre.co.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon – Fri, 9.30 am -4.45 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
parking nearby
Interpreters/signers available by arrangement

AIMS of organisation :
To provide free legal advice and representation to victims of domestic abuse, sexual abuse and rape, about criminal injuries compensation.

SERVICE FOR :
women

ISSUES COVERED :
Domestic abuse
Rape and sexual assault

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
Legal advice
Legal representation
Training
Leaflets

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

CASTLEMILK LAW CENTRE Back to top
WOMEN’S RIGHTS SOLICITOR
ADDRESS : 155 Castlemilk Drive, Glasgow G45 9UG

TEL : 0141 634 0313

FAX : 0141 634 1944

EMAIL: mail@castlemilklawcentre.co.uk

WEBSITE: www.castlemilklawcentre.co.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon – Fri, 9.30 pm -12.45 pm and 2.00 pm -4.45 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : South East Glasgow

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
parking nearby
Interpreters/signers available by arrangement

AIMS of organisation :
To provide legal advice and representation to women in Castlemilk and surrounding areas, to provide support and legal assistance to children and families in the Castlemilk area.

SERVICE FOR :
women
Children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence (general)
Women’s issues (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
Legal advice
Obtain court orders for interdicts and non harassment orders
Legal advice on housing and employment law
Legal representation at employment tribunals and children’s hearings

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

Children and Families Counselling Project Back to top
ADDRESS : 11 Ladyloan Avenue, Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 8LE

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 944 4025

FAX : 0141 944 9288

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thu, 8.45am - 4.45pm, Fri, 8.45am - 3.55pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow West, South West and South

ACCESS :
parking nearby.We do not have disability access and will arrange meetings at alternative venue when required.

AIMS of organisation :
The Children’s Support Project offers a service to children and their carers whose lives have been affected by sexual abuse. We also provide resources, consultation and training.

SERVICE FOR :
Children and adults in their role as carers for children who have been affected by sexual abuse.

ISSUES COVERED :
Child protection
Child sexual abuse
Gender-based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
Sexual abuse focused work
Play therapy
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
information resources / library
Support to carers in their role of parenting children who have experienced sexual abuse
Non offending carers risk assessments

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory.

REFERRAL :
Through Social work but will consider referrals from other agencies.


 

CHILDREN 1ST Back to top
ADDRESS : Sussex House, 61 Sussex Street, Glasgow, G41 1DY

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 418 5690

FAX : 0141 418 5671

EMAIL : glasgowproject@children1st.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow South, East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Renfrewshire, South Lanarkshire.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
interpreter available by arrangement
parking available

AIMS of organisation :
Supports families under stress
Protects children from harm and neglect
Helps children recover from abuse
Promotes children’s rights and interests

SERVICE FOR :
women (as parent of an abused child)
children
men (as parent of an abused child)

ISSUES COVERED :
child sexual abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
one to one counselling / support
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral (limited capacity)
referral by social work


 

Clydebank Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 77 Whitecrook Street, Clydebank

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 952 8118

FAX : 0141 952 8118

EMAIL: clydebankwomensaid@hotmail.com

www.clydebankwomensaid.com

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thurs, 10am - 4pm, Fri, 10.00am-1.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Clydebank, but referrals accepted from any area.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide accommodation, information, and support to women (and their children if any) who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.
SERVICE FOR :
Women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
training
awareness raising / public education
information resources / library
refuge accommodation
Children and young peoples outreach service

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

Crisis Back to top
ADDRESS : Riverside House, Old Ferry Road, Erskine, PA8 6AX

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 812 8474

FAX: 0141 812 8474

OPENING HOURS : Mon-frI, 10.00am-6.00pm, Tues-Thurs, 10.00am-8.00pm, Sat, 10.00am-4.00pm

EMAIL : jean_crisis@yahoo.com

WEBSITE: www.crisiscounselling.co.uk

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Renfrewshire based, Strathclyde wide coverage.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide counseling support to clients and build partnerships within the community.

SERVICE FOR :
Women
Children
men

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender-based violence ( general )
women’s issues ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
information resources / library
Employee counselling programme

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency

ADDITIONAL INFO :
There is also an office in Paisley (14 William St) for anyone unable to get to Erskine. Appointments should be made through the Erskine office.


 

Drumchapel Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 8 Essenside Ave,
G15 6DX

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 944 0201

FAX : 0141 944 0201

EMAIL : drumwomen@btconnect.com

OPENING HOURS : Drop-in, 10.00am-5.00pm mon-fri. Hepline and refuge available 24hors a day, 7 days a week.

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow West, but referrals accepted from any area.

ACCESS :
parking nearby
Disabled access

AIMS of organisation :
To provide information, support and temporary accommodation to women and their children (if any) who have experience of domestic violence.
To raise awareness of the issue surrounding domestic violence within our own community.

SERVICE FOR :
Women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
awareness raising / public education
refuge accommodation

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

Dumbarton District Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 3 Peters Ave, Balloch, G83 8DE

TEL : 01389 751036

FAX : 01389 750550

EMAIL: ddwa.info@ddwa.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thurs, 9.30am - 8.30pm, Fri, 9.30am - 4.30pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : West Dumbarton, but referrals accepted from any area.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
Provide temporary accommodation for women and children escaping domestic violence
Offer support for women who are not in a refuge about issues of male violence/abuse
Raise awareness about the issues around male abuse and to work to change attitudes
Offer children in refuge the chance to play without fear and to offer one to one sessions to every child or young person who comes into refuge.

SERVICE FOR :
Women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence (general)
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
one to one support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
refuge accommodation
Support for children and young people whether or not mum uses service
Counseling service for women who have experienced other forms of male abuse

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by any another agency


 

East Dunbartonshire Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 2nd Floor, 4 Freeland Place, Kirkintilloch, G66 1ND

TEL : Office / 24 hour Helpline 0141 776 0864

QWERTYPHONE : 0141 776 0864

FAX : 0141 776 0864

EMAIL : Edwomensaid@aol.com

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 9am - 4.30pm, helpline 24/7

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : East Dunbartonshire but referrals accepted from any area. Refuge accommodation available in Kirkintilloch and Bishopbriggs area.

ACCESS :
parking nearby
stairlift

AIMS of organisation :
Information, support and refuge for women who have experienced abuse and their children.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
refuge accommodation (including specially adapted flat for disabled women)

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

EAST RENFREWSHIRE WOMEN’S AID Back to top

ADDRESS : TSB House, 238a Ayr Rod, Newton Mearns, Glasgow, G77 6AA

TEL : 0141 644 4342

FAX : 0141 644 0976

EMAIL : info@erwa.org.uk
Children & Young People’s Service: cyp@erwa.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon – Fri 9.00am - 3.30pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED :  East Renfrewshire, but referrals accepted from elsewhere.

ACCESS :
We have a dedicated support room at our office for women to meet a worker, alternatively we can arrange a suitable venue within the community if required.

AIMS OF ORGANISATION :
To offer a free and confidential service providing support and information to women, children and young people who are experiencing, or have experienced, domestic abuse. We may also be able to provide safe, temporary accommodation if required.

SERVICE FOR :
Women
children 

ISSUES COVERED : 
Domestic Abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Telephone, office and outreach support
One to one support
Training
Awareness raising/public education
Consultancy

REFERRAL
Self referral (over the age of 12 years)
Referral by another agency


 

Ethnic Minorities Law Centre Back to top

ADDRESS: 41 St. Vincent Place, 2nd Floor, Glasgow, G1 2ER

TEL: 0141 204 2888

EMAIL: admin@emlc.org.uk

WEBSITE: www.emlc.org.uk

OPENING HOURS: Mon – Fri: 9.00 am -5.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS:
Office workers are fluent in various languages.
Interpreter available by arrangement (always try to ensure that a female interpreter
be made available)

AIMS of organisation: Provides free, independent, confidential support and advice to female victims of abuse. The majority of female clients are asylum seekers or refugees who have undergone traumatic gender violence in their country of origin.

SERVICE FOR:
Women
Men

ISSUES:
Gender-based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Support & Information in a bi-lingual and culturally sensitive setting.
Referrals to other specialist agencies, if appropriate.
Written information available in various different languages detailing the work of the
Law Centre.

REFERRAL:
Self-referral
Referral by another agency


 

Family Support Project Back to top

ADDRESS: 6 Buchanan St, Bailliston, Glasgow G69 9DY (moving to 229 Orr St, Bridgeton Oct 2009)

TEL: 0141 276 4160

FAX: 0141 276 4135

OPENING TIMES:
Mon – Thurs: 8.45 am -4.45 pm
Fri: 8.45 am – 3.55 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED:
North East, East, South East Glasgow

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access, limited parking, no interpreters

AIMS of organisation:
To provide support to those affected by child sexual abuse – adults, young people, families and carers. To provide support and consultation to colleagues working with those affected by child sexual abuse.

SERVICE FOR:
Women
Men
Children

ISSUES COVERED:
Child sexual abuse
Gender-based violence ( general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Individual support work
Groupwork
Information and library
Training

REFERRALS:
Self-referral (not available for children under 16)
Referral by another agency


 

Glasgow East Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 753 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, G34 9TD

TEL : Office/helpline 0141 781 0230
01417733533
FAX : 0141 771 4711

EMAIL: collective@gewa.org.uk

WEBSITE: www.gewa.org.uk

OPENING HOURS :
Mon-Thurs, 9.30am -3.30pm, Fri, 9.30am -1.30pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow East, but referrals from anywhere

ACCESS :
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide free confidential information, support and refuge accommodation, (where appropriate) for women and children (if any) who have been emotionally, physically or sexually abused by a current or former partner.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
refuge

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints
REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency

ADDITIONAL INFO :
The group has an accessible refuge space for a woman with disabilities or a woman with a child with disabilities


 

Glasgow Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 4th Floor, 30 Bell Street, Glasgow G1 1LG

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 553 2022

FAX : 0141 553 0592

EMAIL: admin@glasgowwomensaid.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon-Fri
Helpline: 9.30am -5.00pm
Office: 9.30am -4.15pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Greater Glasgow & Clyde, but referrals accepted from any area.

ACCESS :
Wheelchair access, interpreters can be arranged

AIMS of organisation :
To provide information, support and refuge accommodation to abused women and their children.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
domestic abuse
gender based violence ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
information resources / library
refuge accommodation
Children outreach service

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral, over 12 yrs
referral by another agency


 

Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : 24 Willowbank Street 0/1, Charing Cross, Glasgow G3 6LZ

TEL : Office/Helpline 0141 339 5196
FAX : 0141 5641316
EMAIL: hemat.gryffe@ntlbusiness.com
WEBSITE : www.hemattgryffe.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City but referrals from any area.

ACCESS :
interpreter available
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid aims to provide safe temporary accommodation for women and their children (males up to 16 years) primarily of Asian, black and minority ethnic origin who have been subjected to any form of domestic abuse. To offer advice, information on housing, welfare benefits, legal issues, immigration and education via the Drop-in Centre.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
information resources / library
refuge
Outreach housing support

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

LENNOX HARM REDUCTION SERVICE Back to top

ADDRESS: The main Building, Joint Hospital, Dumbarton

TEL: 01389 812 035

OPENING HOURS: Mon - Thurs, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm, Fri, 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: West Dunbartonshire

AIMS of organisation: To provide a confidential harm reduction service to women involved in prostitution.

SERVICE FOR: Women

ISSUES COVERED:
Prostitution
Gender based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Confidential HIV and Hep C testing
Harm Reduction Service
Referral to specialist services
Weekly sexual and emotional health service

REFERRAL:
Self-referral
Referral by another agency


 

NHS Open Road Back to top

ADDRESS: The Gatehouse West Street Centre 123 West Street Tradeston Glasgow G5 8BA

TEL: 0141 420 7284

EMAIL: julian.heng@nhs.net

WEBSITE: www.openroadproject.com

OPENING TIMES: Mon- Fri: 9.00am -5.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED:
Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access to office Car park Interpretation available on request

AIMS of organisation: To identify the hidden population of men currently involved in prostitution to assess and address their health and social care needs.

SERVICE FOR:
Men

ISSUES COVERED:
Prostitution
Rape & sexual assault
Child sexual abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Information, advice and support for men involved in prostitution
Information, advice and support for statutory and voluntary sector workers who are supporting men involved in prostitution
Training

REFERRALS:
Self-referral
Referral by another agency


 

North West Women’s Centre Back to top
ADDRESS : 17 - 33 Shawpark Street, Maryhill, Glasgow G20 9DA

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 576 1400

FAX : 0141 576 1300

EMAIL : glasgowwomen@hotmail.com

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 4pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : North Glasgow

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To give women confidence to take an active role in their community.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
women’s issues ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
information resources

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

The Notre Dame Centre Back to top

ADDRESS : 20 Athole Gardens, Glasgow, G12 9BA

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 334 6131

FAX : 0141 334 6260

EMAIL : notredamecentre@tesco.net

OPENING HOURS : Mon-Fri 9.00am -5.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : West of Scotland, but referrals accepted from any area.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide a psychological counselling service for children, young people and their families who are experiencing trauma or difficulties in their lives.

SERVICE FOR :
children

ISSUES COVERED :
rape & sexual assault : children, adolescents, young adults
child sexual abuse / incest : child protection

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
one to one counselling / support
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
referral by another agency
Self referral


 

Positive Action in Housing Ltd Back to top
ADDRESS : 98 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 1PJ

TEL : Office 0141 353 2220

FAX : 0141 353 3882

EMAIL : home@paih.org

WEBSITE : www.paih.org

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thur, 9am - 5pm, Fri, 9am - 4pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow, outwith as need arises

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
interpreter available

AIMS of organisation :
Positive Action in Housing s a Scottish wide minority ethnic led charity whose mission is to work with communities and others to enable everyone to have an equal chance to live in good quality, affordable and safe homes, free from discrimination and the fear of racial harassment and violence.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children
men

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender-based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
training
consultancy

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

Quarriers What If? (female) Back to top

ADDRESS: Unit 5, The Quadrangle 59 Ruchill St Glasgow G20 9PX

TEL: 0141 946 1116

FAX: 0141 946 1288

EMAIL: whatiffemaleservice@quarriers.org.uk

WEBSITE: www.whatifservice.org.uk

OPENING HOURS: 9.00 am -10.30 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA:
Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS: Project base is accessible by wheelchair and has parking. Interpreting services will be employed if required

AIMS of organisation: Provide supported accommodation for young women aged 18-25 who have complex needs

SERVICE FOR:
Women

ISSUES COVERED:
Gender based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Accommodation
Support

REFERRALS:
Referral by another agency


 

Quarriers What If? (male) Back to top

ADDRESS: Flat 0/1, 154 Carnwadric Road, Glasgow G46 8HQ

TEL: 0141 638 5174

WEBSITE: www.whatifservice.org.uk

OPENING HOURS: 9.00 am -10.30 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA:
Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS: Project base is accessible by wheelchair and has parking. Interpreting services will be employed if required

AIMS of organisation: Provide supported accommodation for young men aged 18-25 who have complex needs

SERVICE FOR:
men

ISSUES COVERED:
Gender based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Accommodation
Support

REFERRALS:
Referral by another agency


 

Rape Crisis Centre Back to top
ADDRESS : Rape Crisis Centre,5th Floor, 30 Bell St,Glasgow G1 1LG

TEL : Office: 0141 552 3201
Helpline: 0141 552 3200
Rape Crisis Scotland National helpline: 08088 01 03 02

MINICOM : 0141 552 4244

FAX : 0141 552 3204

EMAIL : info@rapecrisiscentre-glasgow.co.uk (office)
support@rapecrisiscentre-glasgow.co.uk (support)

WEBSITE : www.rapecrisiscentre-glasgow.co.uk

OPENING HOURS : Office : Mon – Fri, 9.00am – 5.00pm
Helpline : check answering machine for opening times.

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : All areas of Glasgow, East and West Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde
ACCESS :
parking nearby
lift access
Accessible toilet

AIMS of organisation :
To provide a free and confidential service for women and girls who have experienced rape, sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse, at any time in their lives. We offer practical advice and emotional support to women, their friends, relatives and workers.

SERVICE FOR :
women (including young women aged 13 onwards) We can also offer support to male friends and family members or workers

ISSUES COVERED :
violence against women (general)
rape & sexual assault

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
face to face support
group work
training
awareness raising / education
school workshops (rosey project)
information booklets/publicity materials
support for friends, relatives and professionals.

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints
Child Protection
Suicide

REFERRAL :
self–referral referral from another agency


 

Red Road Family Centre Back to top
ADDRESS : 94 Red Road, Glasgow G21 4TH

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 557 5571

FAX : 0141 557 3307

EMAIL : rrwc@btconnect.com

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 8.30am - 6pm and evening for groupwork

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : North Glasgow

AIMS of organisation :
The project makes provision for women to relieve social isolation, provides access to education and skills, health/wellbeing and employment. Aims to provide information, particularly in crisis, such as: welfare benefits, health, legal rights, counseling, housing, domestic abuse.
To offer individual support on any issue.
The project allows women to participate in groupwork, workshops and social events. A free 30 space childcare facility operates in order to enable women to participate fully in using the centre.

SERVICE FOR :
women
men

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
women’s issues ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
other activities
information resources/library

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

Renfrewshire Women’s Aid Back to top
ADDRESS : Violet House, 3 Violet Street, Paisley. PA1 1PA

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 561 7030

FAX : 0141 561 7029

EMAIL : info@renfrewshirewomensaid.co.uk

WEBSITE : www.renfrewshirewomensaid.co.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, 9am - 4pm Tues, 12.30pm - 4pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Renfrewshire, but referrals accepted from any area.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide support, information and accommodation to women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse.

SERVICE FOR :
women
children

ISSUES COVERED :
domestic abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
information resources / library
refuge accommodation

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

Routes Out Back to top
ADDRESS: Community Safety Glasgow, Eastgate, 727 London Road, Glasgow G40 3AQ

TEL : 0141 276 0737

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 9.00 am until 5.00 pm

Geographical Area Covered:
Glasgow wide. Will offer support to women from outwith Glasgow with a view to linking with local services.

Access:
• Wheelchair access
• Lift
• Access to interpreters as required.
• Accessible toilets

Aims:
To be part of a process which assists and supports women to exit street prostitution.

To offer short term interventions to establish safety.

Services:
All women coming to the attention of the service are offered a quick and proactive case management service.
Outreach to city centre drop-ins and some accommodation projects to offer safety advice


SANDYFORD SEXUAL, REPRODUCTIVE & EMOTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES Back to top

ADDRESS: 2/6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB

TEL: 0141 211 8130

WEBSITE: www.sandyford.org

OPENING TIMES:
Drop-in : Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 8.30 am -2.00 pm, Tues 8.30 am -10.30 am   Doors open 8am

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access, interpreters available by arrangement

AIMS of organisation:
To provide sexual, reproductive & emotional health services within Sandyford Central and local clinics througout Glasgow & neighbouring local authorities

See www.sandyford.org for details of all clinics throughout Greater Glasgow & Clyde..

SERVICE:
Women
Men

ISSUES COVERED:
Gender based violence (general)
Rape and sexual assault

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Contraception and emergency contraception
Pregnancy testing and pre-pregnancy counselling
Pre and post termination of pregnancy counselling and referral
Incest, rape, sexual abuse counselling and referral
Specialist clinics

REFERRALS:
Self-referral


 

SANDYFORD ARCHWAY SERVICE Back to top

ADDRESS: 2/6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB

TEL: 0141 211 8175

WEBSITE: www.sandyford.org

AIM: Anyone who has been sexually assaulted or raped in the last 7 days can contact the Archway Service. 

SERVICE: Women, Men

ISSUES COVERED: Sensitive support, physical and forensic examination and counselling. Completely confidential.

REFERRALS:
Self-referral, GP, police, other agency

 


 

SANDYFORD LIBRARY & INFORMATION SERVICES Back to top

ADDRESS: 2/6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB

TEL: 0141 211 6717

WEBSITE: www.sandyford.org

OPENING TIMES:
Mon – Thurs, 8:30am - 4.30 pm
Fri, 8:30am - 4.00 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: Greater Glasgow & Clyde
ACCESS:
Wheelchair access, interpreters available by arrangement

AIMS of organisation:
A public lending library within the Sandyford Central working in partnership with Glasgow's Libraries and NHSGGC's Libraries. Providing a wide range of information and resources for women and men (including violence and abuse) plus free internet access.

SERVICE:
Women
Men

ISSUES COVERED:
Gender based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Information leaflwets to take away, books and other resources to borrow. E-magazines to download to your tables or phone. Information & resources on anxiety, self-esteem, self help LGBT and much more!

REFERRALS:
Self-referral


 

SANDYFORD Young People @ Sandyford Back to top

ADDRESS: 2/6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB

TEL: 0141 211 8130

WEBSITE: www.sandyford.org

OPENING TIMES:
Please see our website for the latest information on our services for young people aged 17 and under.

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: Glasgow City and local clinics

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access, interpreters available by arrangement

AIMS of organisation:
To provide comprehensive, confidential sexual and reproductive health services to young people under 18 years of age, in an informal setting.

SERVICE:
Women

ISSUES COVERED:
Gender based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Contraception
Sexual health advice
Counselling
Advice on drug and alcohol problems

REFERRALS:
Self-referral
Referred by another agency


 

SAY Women Back to top
ADDRESS : 3rd Floor, 30 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LG

TEL : Office / Helpline:- 0141 552 5803
Accommodation Project:- 0141 778 4777

FAX : Office: 0141 552 9751
Accommodation Project:- 0141 778 5333

EMAIL : Office:- enquiries@say-women.co.uk
Accommodation Project:- accommodation@say-women.co.uk

OPENING HOURS : Office:- Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 5pm
Accommodation Project:- Mon - Thu 9.30am - 10pm, Fri 10am - 12.00, Midnight, Sat 8am - 12 noon

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : No geographical boundaries

ACCESS :
wheelchair access (accommodation project only)
accessible toilets
interpreter available
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide safe and secure accommodation for young women, aged 16 - 25 years, who have experienced or are at risk from violence and who are homeless, or in fear of homelessness.
To undertake campaigning, public awareness raising and training work to highlight the nature of childhood sexual abuse and associated issues.
To offer crisis support to young women and men survivors of sexual abuse (aged 16 - 25 years.)
To offer support and raise awareness on sexual abuse and disability.

SERVICE FOR :
women
men 16 - 25 (crisis support only, not accommodation)

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
rape & sexual assault
child sexual abuse / incest : support for adult survivors
prostitution

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
support groups
training
awareness raising / public education
accommodation
crisis support

POLICIES:
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency


 

Sexual Abuse / Assault Clinic : North Glasgow Primary Care Trust Back to top
ADDRESS : Department of Clinical Psychology, Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow G21 3UW

TEL : 0141 531 3232
FAX : 0141 531 3236

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : North Glasgow, east Dunbartonshire

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
1. To provide a specialist NHS assessment and therapy service for adults with a history of sexual abuse / assault. (This is usually for people with severe abuse histories and associated mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, psychosis, eating disorders, sexual problems and parenting anxieties).
2. To provide consultancy within the Primary Care Trust.

SERVICE FOR :
women
men

ISSUES COVERED :
rape & sexual assault
sexual harassment
child sexual abuse / incest : support for adult survivors
child sexual abuse / incest : support for women whose children have been abused

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
one to one counselling / support
training
consultancy

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
referral by another agency


 

TARA Back to top

ADDRESS: Glasgow Community and Safety Services, Westergate, 11 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6AB

TEL: 0141 276 7724

FAX: 0141 276 7799

EMAIL: corporatevaw@drs.glasgow.gov.uk

WEBSITE: www.saferglasgow.com

OPENING HOURS: Mon – Fri, 9.30 am -5.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: Scotland

ACCESS: Wheelchair access, interpreters can be arranged

AIMS of organisation: To support women over 18 who have been trafficked for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation.

ISSUES COVERED:
Trafficking

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Support for women who have been trafficked for the purposes of CSE, including crisis accommodation

REFERRALS:
Self-referral
Referral by another agency


 

Thrive Back to top

ADDRESS: Sandyford 2-6 Sandyford Place Glasgow G3 7NB

TEL: 0141 211 8133

EMAIL: thrive@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

OPENING HOURS: Mon- Thurs: 9.00 am -8.00 pm, Fri: 10.00 am -12.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED:
Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access

AIMS of organisation: to provide Counselling for non offending male Survivors of Childhood Sexual abuse

SERVICE FOR:
Men

ISSUES COVERED:
Child sexual abuse

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Counselling

REFERRAL:
Self-referral


 

Tom Allan Counselling Centre Back to top
ADDRESS : 23 Elmbank Street, Glasgow G2 4PB

TEL : 0141 221 1535

FAX : 0141 248 8452

EMAIL : tomallan@crossreach.org.uk

WEBSITE: www.tom-allan.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thu 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 4pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow / West of Scotland

ACCESS :
wheelchair access (via rear)
accessible toilets
parking nearby (metered or multi storey)

AIMS of organisation :
Caring for those in emotional need.

SERVICE FOR :
Women
Men

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender-based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
one to one counseling / support
Specialist Peri-Natal Depression Service
Training – COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills; COSCA Certificate in Counselling Supervision
consultancy

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral
referral by another agency


 

Trauma & Homelessness Team Back to top

ADDRESS: Carswell House 5/6 Oakley Terrace Glasgow

TEL: 0141 232 0114

OPENING TIMES: Mon – Fri: 9.00 am -5.00 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED:
Greater Glasgow & Clyde

ACCESS: Appointments made throughout the city at accommodation appropriate to the needs of the client

AIMS of organisation:
To offer psychological assessment and treatment to clients presenting with complex trauma experiences and who are homeless/ risk of homelessness To offer teaching, training and consultation to staff working with people who have a history of abuse and / or Trauma

SERVICE FOR:
Women
Men

ISSUES COVERED:
Child sexual abuse
All trauma
Gender based violence (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Assessment and evidence based treatment for psychological consequences of gender based violence, abuse and trauma.
Consultation and resource centre for trauma
Training and teaching for staff from statutory and non-statutory organisations

REFERRAL:
Referral by another agency


 

W.I.S.E. Women Back to top
ADDRESS : Wellpark Enterprise Centre, 120 Sydney Street, Glasgow, G32 1JF

TEL : Office / Helpline 0141 550 7557

MINICOM / QWERTY : 0141 550 7558

FAX : 0141 550 4443

OPENING HOURS : Office hours 10am - 5pm (answering machine all other times)

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
interpreter available
parking nearby at back of building
Basic BSL workers

AIMS of organisation :
To address women’s fears and experiences of violence and crime through the provision of personal safety and confidence building courses and workshops.
Through awareness raising, support, skill sharing and training, increase women’s knowledge and confidence in identifying, avoiding and escaping potentially abusive situations, improving self esteem and personal safety.

SERVICE FOR :
women
young women 14yrs upwards

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
women’s issues ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support & sign posting
training
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
other activities
information resources / library

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self – referral


 

Wayside Women’s Service Back to top
ADDRESS : 32 Midland Street, Glasgow, G1 4PR

TEL : Office/Helpline : 0141 221 0169

FAX : 0141 248 1245

EMAIL : wayside.daycentre@virgin.net

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Fri, 10.00-11.30am, 12.30-4.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : No geographical limits.

ACCESS :
accessible toilets

AIMS of organisation :
To improve the quality of life of women affected by homelessness through the deliver of a gender specific intervention service and women’s interest and support group. The day centre is open to anyone aged 16 or over.

SERVICE FOR :
Women

ISSUES COVERED :
women’s issues (general)

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
support groups
other activities

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
self - referral (drop-in/open access - no application needed)
referral by another agency.

ADDTIONAL INFO :
The Women’s Service is one of a range of services offered by the Wayside Day centre. The day centre acts as a contact point for people affected by homelessness. Most clients self-refer and assistance is offered regardless of the type of help sought. It is common practice for the Women’s workers to respond to a variety of needs amongst the “referral criteria” but most of her intervention will involve her accessing other specialist services.


 

WOMEN’S SUPPORT PROJECT Back to top

ADDRESS: Adelphi Centre, 12 Commercial Rd, Glasgow, G5 0PQ

TEL: 0141 418 0748

MINICOM/QWERTY: 0141 552 9979

FAX: 0141 429 7496

EMAIL: wsproject@btconnect.com

WEBSITE: www.womenssupportproject.co.uk

OPENING HOURS: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 10.00 am -4.30 pm, Wed 2.00 pm -4.30 pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED: Glasgow based support and information, training and resources available nationally.

ACCESS:
Wheelchair access by lift
Accessible toilets
Interpreter available by arrangement
Parking nearby

AIMS of organisation
The Project works to raise awareness of the extent, causes and effect of male violence against women, and for improved services for those affected by violence.

SERVICE FOR:
Women
Men

ISSUES COVERED:
Gender based violence (general)
Child sexual abuse
Women whose children have been sexually abused
Commercial sexual exploitation
Prostitution

SERVICES & RESOURCES:
Telephone support and information
Resource library
Crisis and ongoing support for women whose children have been sexually abused
Training and events

POLICIES:
Equal opportunities
Confidentiality
Complaints
Child protection

REFERRAL:
Self-referral
Referral by another agency


 

Young Women’s Project Back to top
ADDRESS : Top floor, The Schoolhouse, 229 Orr Street, Glasgow, G40 2BN

TEL : Office/Helpline 0141 276 1874

FAX : 0141 276 1875

OPENING HOURS : Mon- Thurs, 8.45am -4.45pm, Fri, 8.45am -3.55pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide intensive support to young women who are looked after away from home and who are at significant risk of being accommodated within residential or secure placements.
To prevent young women becoming involved in the criminal justice system and to reduce the risk of custody.
To prevent young women becoming involved in prostitution.
To minimize further harm to young women by offering a range of supports and interventions.

SERVICE FOR :
women (Young women aged 14-18 plus their mothers/female carers)
children

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
child sexual abuse
prostitution
women’s issues ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
drop-in
one to one counselling / support
support groups
awareness raising / public education
consultancy
other activities

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality
complaints

REFERRAL :
referral by another agency


 

Youth Counselling Services Agency Back to top
ADDRESS : 48 Darnley Street, Pollokshields, G41 2SE

TEL: Office 0141 420 6600
Helpline 0800 917 1723

FAX : 0141 420 6622

EMAIL : faizamasud@ycsa.org.uk

OPENING HOURS : Mon - Thurs, 9am - 5pm, Fri 9.00am-4.00pm

GEOGRAPHICAL AREA COVERED : Glasgow City.

ACCESS :
wheelchair access
accessible toilets
interpreter available
parking nearby

AIMS of organisation :
To provide counselling, support, information and advice to ethnic minority youth aged 12 - 25 years

SERVICE FOR :
women
children
men

ISSUES COVERED :
Gender based violence ( general )
women’s issues ( general )

SERVICES & RESOURCES :
telephone support
Counselling
Advocacy
Drug and alcohol youth work
Youth justice
Literacy and numeracy

POLICIES :
equal opportunities / anti-discriminatory
confidentiality

REFERRAL :
self - referral
referral by another agency

 

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