Generous Glasgow City HSCP staff working in Balmore Ward at Leverndale Hospital decided this year to forego the usual staff tradition of giving presents to each other by Secret Santa and instead donated their presents to the women and children being supported by Renfrewshire Women’s Aid.
The amount of presents collected shows that staff clearly went way beyond what they would normally purchase for each other.
Volunteers helping hundreds of people recovering from addiction in Glasgow have received national recognition.
Glasgow's inspirational Recovery Communities have won the hotly-contested Volunteers Category of the prestigious Scottish Health Awards.
A network of groups across the city are helping people rebuild their lives as they recover from drug and alcohol addiction following treatment.
People who have overcome addiction themselves are using their personal experience to offer hope and advice as well as practical and emotional support to others in recovery.
The Annual Report for Glasgow City Health Improvement is now available. This report provides an insight into the progress made by Health Improvement to improve health and reduce health inequalities in 2019/20. Progress is framed in relation to the three Strategic Direction headers of: Building Mental Well-being and Resilience, Building Structurally and Socially Resilient Communities and Creating a Culture for Health in the City. The report highlights the way in which teams work across population, people and place to reach those who need support.
Approved Minute of meeting held on 24 June 2016
Over the festive period all public social work offices will remain open between 08:45am to 4.45pm (Monday to Thursday) and 08.45am to 3.55pm (Friday) but will be closed on the following public holidays:Friday 25 December 2020 Monday 28 December 2020 Thursday 31 December 2020 closed from 12 noon onwards Friday 1 January 2021 Monday 4 January 2021.
The exception to the above is:
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