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Let’s Get Communities Connected App Launched to Reduce risk of Re-offending

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Published: August 01 2022
A new Glasgow app connecting people to supports around known issues that can contribute to offending and reoffending has been launched: app.letsget.scot/splash. 

IJB Finance Audit and Scrutiny Committee (M) 15-06-2022 (Draft)

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July 2022 | Integration Joint Board – Finance, Audit and Scrutiny Committee | Minutes – Draft

Moss, Fiona

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August 2022 | Glasgow City Integration Joint Board | Declarations of Interest

Care Home Nursing Team hosts first Carers Development Event

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Published: August 01 2022
In May 2020, the Scottish Government directed Health and Social Care Partnerships to put in place assurance processes to support care homes, therefore the Glasgow City HSCP’s Care Home Nursing Team (CHNT) was developed to provide direct support to Care Homes across Glasgow City in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recent Awards and Nominations for Glasgow City HSCP Staff and Projects

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Published: August 01 2022

Several Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) staff and projects have been nominated and successful in recent awards. Congratulations to all staff involved and good luck to those still to hear results!

The HSCP’s Housing First Service is one of three finalists in the ‘Excellence in Adult Services’ category in this year’s Scottish Social Services Awards. The winner will be announced at the Award ceremony on 15 September. 

Glasgow offers everyone aged 16-24 free mental health support

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Published: August 01 2022

High demand and mental health stigma are making it increasingly challenging to access Mental Health support, especially for young people. 

To address this, Glasgow City Council Education Services commissioned the innovative Togetherall service that’s freely available to anyone aged 16-24 with a Glasgow postcode. 

Togetherall is an evidence-based, clinically moderated, 24/7 online peer-to-peer mental health community.

HSCP staff encouraged to become mentors and change a young person’s life

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Published: July 01 2022

Since 2017, Glasgow City Council has been partnering with MCR Pathways to bring a variety of new mentors to its local schools.  MCR Pathways has been making a difference to the young people of Glasgow for 15 years and currently supports 1,454 young people (S3-S6) within Glasgow City. They’re in the process of recruiting a further 295 mentors for the new academic year, and Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) staff can help!

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