A stunning new mural has been unveiled at Glasgow’s Leverndale Hospital as part of a wider project to transform the campus, improving both indoor and outdoor spaces, increasing greenspace and biodiversity and improving the environment for our patients, staff and the local community.
A new pilot telephone breastfeeding peer support service is being offered to support pregnant and new mums living in Glasgow City.
Could you open your home and your heart to help us support Care Experienced Young People? Could you work with them to give them the skills to flourish and to look forward to a future living independently?
Last month, from 7 - 13 June 2021, we celebrated national Carers Week to highlight the importance of unpaid carers by ‘Making Caring Visible and Valued’.
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is delighted to be a key partner in the newly launched Glasgow City Food Plan (GCFP). The 10-year plan is collaborative, holistic and establishes meaningful work to make the food system in Glasgow more sustainable, equitable and healthy.
A free peer support service has been launched for social workers across Scotland, as practitioners across the country continue to feel pressures working during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC), NHS Lothian and Public Health Scotland are working in partnership to conduct a comprehensive health needs assessment of Scotland’s LGBT+ population. As part of the health needs assessment, an online survey is being conducted from 11 June to 20 August 2021.
In 2020, a group of care experienced young people wanting to effect change in Glasgow was established. This group, known as People Achieving Change (PAC), is committed to supporting young people from a care background to have a voice and access to better services and outcomes.