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Elevate-Glasgow Celebrates Seven Years of Achievement with Graduation Ceremony
Over 100 awards were given to participants in a graduation ceremony at the end of February for qualifications, training and personal development programmes completed by individuals in recovery from drug and/or alcohol misuse.
Conversation to Action Event - ‘Culturally Informed, Anti-Racist Mental Health Care’
Film Screenings Increase Staff Awareness Around the Impact of Childhood Adversity
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP)’s Health Improvement Team staff has recently been working with the Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS) to increase awareness around the impact childhood trauma can have on individuals and society.
Health Improvement Annual Report 2021 to 2022 Now Available
The latest annual report highlighting the work of Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s (HSCP) Health Improvement Team is now available.
New Video Launched Explaining How Technology Enabled Care and Support (TECS) Can Help People Live More Independently
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) offers Technology Enabled Care and Support (TECS) as a care and support option, for people to live their lives as independently as possible, in their own home.
Glasgow Intensive Family Support Service celebrates its one-year anniversary
The Glasgow Intensive Family Support Service (GIFSS) celebrated its one-year anniversary at an event held at the Banqueting Hall in Glasgow’s City Chambers back in October 2022.
Helping Mothers in Glasgow to Breastfeed with Confidence
Congratulations to Elderpark Housing Association in Govan. They’ve recently signed up to the Breastfeeding Friendly Scotland Scheme.
Update on the New Parkhead Hub
An improved health and social care facility for people in the North East of Glasgow has moved a step closer. Building work on the new Parkhead Hub started on site in March 2022 and it’s due to open in 2024.
Partnership Outreach Programme Helps Break Cycle of Offending
The Positive Outcomes Project (POP) is a partnership-based outreach team that is making a difference to those who find themselves in a cycle of offending due to alcohol and/or drug dependency.
Update on Glasgow’s Promise
We’re keeping Glasgow’s Promise.