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  • goConnect - Glen Oaks Housing Association

    Delivered by Glen Oaks Housing Association
    Note: this service is only for people who live in Glen Oaks Housing Association residents

    goConnect is a tenancy sustainment project, working exclusively with Glen Oaks Housing Association's residents.

    • Benefits advice
    • Digital skills
    • Mindfulness
    • Crisis support and emergency food
    • Befriending
    • Fitness
  • Bowel Cancer UK

    Delivered by Bowel Cancer UK

    We raise awareness, We provide information and support, We educate professionals about the disease

    We work closely with healthcare professionals, Information resources – from diagnosis and treatment to living with and beyond bowel cancer

    We campaign, We work with others, We encourage people to take part in bowel screening, We fundraise

  • Helpline - NDCS Scotland

    Delivered by National Deaf Children's Society Scotland
    Note: this service is only for families

    We give free independent information, advice and guidance on a range of topics relating to childhood deafness.

    • Benefits advice
    • Human rights advice
    • Family Support
  • Need some extra support?

    Are you browsing Glasgow Helps knowing that you need some support but not sure what or why? Sometimes it's hard to see the wood for the trees if you have a lot going on and you might need some help to figure it all out. Get support
  • Parenting Apart - Family Mediation West of Scotland

    Delivered by Family Mediation West of Scotland
    Note: this service is only for families

    Parenting Apart is a 3 hour group session (maximum 6 parents per session) for parents who are divorced/separated hosted by 2 trained mediators.

    • Family Support
  • Home-Start Glasgow North and North Lanarkshire

    Delivered by Home-Start Glasgow North and North Lanarkshire
    Note: this service is only for carers , children and ethnic minorities who live in North Glasgow

    Trained volunteers visit families in their own homes or in community settings for up to 3 hours per week, offering non-judgemental, emotional and/or practical support for as long as is required or until the youngest child turns 5.

    Families requiring more intensive support can be supported by a Family Support Coordinator until they can be transferred onto volunteer service.

    Weekly group support.

    • Benefits advice
    • Employability skills
    • Food banks
    • Befriending