Lockdown didn't stop one of Scotland's oldest women celebrating her 107th birthday at a Glasgow care home on 14 May.
New dad, Michael Wright, plans to jump out of a plane at 10,000ft to thank Glasgow's Housing First scheme for helping him rebuild his life after homelessness.
Huge congratulations to Catherine Craigie who celebrated her 100th birthday in style on Wed 15th April, despite the Coronavirus lockdown.
A new Glasgow hub has been created to help people struggling amid the Coronavirus crisis - linking them to organisations and volunteers who are keen to help.
More than 100 students and retired care workers have pledged to do their bit to ease the pressure on the city's social care services following an appeal from Glasgow City Council and the city's Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).
New dedicated Community Assessment Centres (CACs) have opened across Greater Glasgow and Clyde to help combat COVID-19 by providing a more streamlined service to assess people presenting symptoms.
On behalf of a national partnership, the Health Improvement Team within Sandyford Sexual Health Services commissioned and led the development of the new national Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood (RSHP) online teaching and learning resource.
More than 80 people gathered together to work towards equality for all in Glasgow on 6 February 2020 at Glasgow City HSCP’s annual Equalities event at The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre.
A new campaign to raise awareness of how people can claim the benefits that they are entitled to has been launched by the South Locality of Glasgow City HSCP. Working with third sector providers and Money Matters, events were held in February outside of Silverburn shopping centre in Pollok where
Glasgow City HSCP’s Woodside Day Care Centre, located next to the Partnership’s new Woodside Health and Care Centre, was officially opened by Councillor Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council on 5 February 2020.