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Social Care Service

How do I ask for a social care service?

If you already have a social worker then you should contact them direct. Otherwise during office hours you can contact Social Care Direct who will ask you some questions to find out your needs and how best to meet these. You can contact Social Care

Participation Requests

A Participation Request can be made by an eligible community participation body (for example a Community Council) to a public service authority to request participation and involvement in a specific decision making process

Public Petitions


The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board aims to provide good quality services that are easy to access and meet the health and social care needs of the people of Glasgow.

The public petitions process plays a key part in these aims by encouraging people to participate fully in the decision making process, either individually or as part of a group.

South Locality Engagement Forum


For information on Current and Previous Locality Engagement Forum events, please see the tables below.

Get Involved

We want to make sure health and social care services reflect the priorities and meet the needs of local communities. Find out how you can get involved in shaping services

Commissioning and Procurement Strategy


The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board’s Commissioning and Procurement Strategy 2016-17 is available.

The Commissioning and Procurement Strategy was approved by the Integration Joint Board on 10 May 2016.

Financial Regulations


Under Scottish Government Regulations for all Integration Joint Boards (IJBs) in Scotland, the Chief Officer, supported by the Chief Officer, Finance and Resources, must ensure that there are adequate systems and controls in place for the proper management of the IJB's financial affairs.  Glasgow City IJB’s Financial Regulations were approved by the IJB in May 2019.

Slow release opiod substitute gives Glasgow patients new lease of life

News Item
Published: October 01 2020 | Addictions

A slow release opioid substitute is helping opioid dependent patients get their lives back on track and has been described as ‘life-changing’ by those on the treatment.

More than 100 patients across Glasgow are now being treated with Buvidal, which is administered via monthly ‘depot’ injections by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Alcohol and Drugs Recovery Services teams.

Update - Glasgow City HSCP Buildings and Services - 22 October 2020

October 2020 | Glasgow City Integration Joint Board | Papers and Reports

Agenda - 21/10/2020

October 2020 | Integration Joint Board – Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee | Agenda
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