News & Events
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership is committed to communicating with the people who it works with and supports so that they are kept up to date on developments and are aware of what is happening within the Partnership. Our Communications Strategy outlines how we are doing this.
On this webpage you will find some of the current news stories and events within the Partnership that may be of interest, which may also feature on Twitter. The Partnership also regularly publishes its own Health and Social Care Integration Newsletter.
If you would like any Partnership news items or events to be featured on this webpage or in the Partnership’s newsletter, then please email GCHSCP_Communications@glasgow.gov.uk.
South Alcohol, Drugs and Recovery Service (ADRS) is an Integrated Community Addiction Team, where health and social care staff work together to provide addiction support to some of the most vulnerable and complex Service Users within the South of Glasgow.
Scotland's first clinic for victims of sexual violence is to open at the end of February in Glasgow.
In the third of a series of South Glasgow locality engagement events staff, service users, carers, community representatives and others came together on 8th February to discuss developments in local mental health services.
New Woodside Health and Care Centre Newsletter January 2018
Work began on the new Woodside Health and Care Centre in early March 2017 and is expected to be completed and operational by the end of 2018. The project build is on target to meet the completion date.
This month we celebrated the long service awards for social work staff as well as other awards received by our staff. We also have a focus on equality including the British Sign Language (BSL) Scotland Act 2015. We also look at recent activities staff have taken part in, including 16 days of Action to Eliminate Violence Against Women and Carers Rights Day.
This month we are celebrating the success of Partnership staff and projects at recent awards ceremonies. We also look at the work being done to train staff who work with people with dementia, the success of providing Money Advice Services in our health centres and a new campaign to help reduce numbers of young people smoking.