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Youth Health Service Expands Across Glasgow

Published: | Health Improvement , Young People

Glasgow City HSCP’s Youth Health Service (YHS) aimed at young people aged 12 – 19 years is expanding across the city from February 2020.

Film Clip shows the Benefit of One Good Adult

Published: | Mental Health , Young People
Having a supportive and trusted adult is key to how well a child and/or young person is connected, self-confident, future looking and can cope with problems.  The One Good adult concept is a key element of the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde child and youth mental health improvement and early intervention framework.

LGBT Charter Bronze Award for Youth Health Service

Published: | Young People
The North West Youth Health Service (YHS) was awarded its LGBT Bronze Charter award in August. This is the first Partnership service to achieve this award. This process was over a 12 month period and involved various tasks and requirements including

Young People Vote for Local Projects

Published: | Health Improvement , Young People

On 18 January 2018 the 'Big Grant Giveaway' was hosted at the Tramway Theatre. 12 projects from across South Glasgow presented their youth-led ideas to an audience of 200 local young people with the hope of securing up to £3000, to see their ideas become a reality.

Helping Young People into Employment - Project Search Gradution

Published: | Young People
Project Search is a work experience programme that supports young people with learning disabilities and/or autism to get and keep a fulltime job. It started in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital (United States) in 1996 and is now delivered in over 500 sites worldwide, including two in Glasgow.
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