340-348 Cathedral Street, Glasgow, UK
Street Connect exists to offer hope and opportunity of change to the disadvantaged and marginalised in society. We work to support men and women who are 18 years and over. The individuals we work with come with a range of complex needs including: various addictions, homelessness, loneliness & social isolation, mental health issues, trauma, offending and poverty among other issues. Our hope is that through the various services we provide, they will feel supported, motivated and able to take positive steps towards a brighter and more fulfilling future.
With the current government advice to avoid social gatherings, we have closed all our drop-ins and community recovery groups for the foreseeable future.
We are still doing everything we safely can to support our participants.
We are offering one-to-one appointments and community groups groups virtually, to allow us to stay connected with our participants in regularly and easily. It is so important to us that our participants don’t feel isolated from us despite having to be disconnected physically. We have also been able to provide phones and food essentials where required to help our participants stay connected and stay well.
Any organisations can refer to us.
Individuals who are homeless; dealing with addictions; suffering mental health issues or experiencing social isolation