3 Dalsetter Avenue, Glasgow G15 8TG, UK
Working collectively and collaboratively we seek to find solutions to the daily issues and challenges of life; which can cause mental and emotional distress.
Is anxiety or depression as a result of economic uncertainty an illness?
Will a tablet be the cure?
Or; as a society does something need to change?
Led by the voices of lived experience we aim to support conditions to help improve individual and community resilience and to reduce suffering and promote well being
COPEScotland isn’t a counselling service. We offer instead pragmatic solution focused interventions
which can help people self-manage the challenges of life and build resilience to the challenges not so easily managed.
However, we do seek to signpost to other services if what we offers is not enough.
Phone support; online support and with partners exploring ideas around group activities on line e.g. Facebook yoga class; online blogs hints and tips to promote well being with a focus on challenges being presented by COVD19; working with local residents and partners to develop plans to help ensure most vulnerable residents are identified and assistance offered where possible; designing and developing information for distribution of things which maybe of interest to people at this time; recognising the impact this situation may have on people's mental health and adapting what we can do as new issues emerge. Please refer to the blog and brochure on our website http://www.cope-scotland.org/index.php/latest-blog/copescotland-continues-to-care-as-you-matter-we-all-do
we have an open referral system as well as self referral; people need to leave a message on our answering machine which shall be picked up; or text; or email; for more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone aged 16 and over who is experiencing mental or emotional distress and linking with partners this includes families although we are not a youth or children's service we work with partners who are