As we finish up for the year and take a breather, we have come up with a list of other organisations that may assist you or people you know when the going is getting tough, if you fancy some artisti therapy or you just need someone to talk to. Please feel free to share the list below far and wide. Merry Christmas to you all and have a happy new year. Love from the team at YCSA.
OTHER ORGANISATIONS OFFERING COUNSELLING AND ART THERAPY IN GLASGOW
Amina The Muslim Women Resource Centre FREE HELPLINE: 0808 801 0301
REACH Community Health Project email@example.com
Relationships Scotland firstname.lastname@example.org
Impact Arts Glasgow, email@example.com
Teentalk Scotland, Contact Page | Teen Talk Scotland
Lifelink Glasgow firstname.lastname@example.org
BEMIS Empowering Scotland’s Ethnic and Cultural Minority Communities email@example.com
NHS Youth health services: 8.30 – 4 pm on 0141 451 2727
Childline Call 0800 1111
Cruse Bereavement Care Helpline 0808 808 1677
Richmond’s Hope – Bereavement firstname.lastname@example.org
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice – bereavement service email@example.com or call 0141 429 5599
Pollock Health Centre: NHSGGC : Pollok Health Centre
Glasgow City Youth Health Service – new venue for South Glasgow
Glasgow City Youth Health Service are delighted to announce a new venue for the South of Glasgow. A holistic health and wellbeing service for young people aged 12-19 years is now available at Pollok Health Centre on Monday evenings between 6.30pm and 9.00pm. Appointments can be made with Nurses, Doctors and Counsellors who are experienced in supporting young people and specially trained in youth health issues.
Young people can get help with:
- Sexual health (pregnancy testing, contraception including implants and STI testing)
- Support and counselling for a range of mental health issues e.g. Anxiety, depression and stress. Onward referral to CAMHS when appropriate
- Drugs, alcohol and risky behaviour
- Relationship difficulties and bullying
- Sleep disturbance, screentime, gaming and gambling
- Weight management (Weigh to Go service for young people aged 12-18 years)
- Social problems such as homelessness, benefit advice, school avoidance etc.
- Advice and support on volunteering, training and employment
For more information or to make a referral, please phone the team on 0141 451 2727.
Rape Crisis Glasgow including Rosey Project for young women and Ruby Project for BME women Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis (glasgowclyderapecrisis.org.uk)
Rights and Choices (via Women’s Support Project) – think they might be over 16 Women’s Support Project (seinglasgow.org.uk)
Who Cares? Scotland also offer care experienced young people counselling and have a helpline
Scottish Women’s Aid have information for young people experiencing domestic abuse and also a helpline for domestic abuse and forced marriage – Glasgow Women’s Aid also have children and young people’s workers Glasgow Womens Aid
The Daisy Street Centre. THE DAISY PROJECT: Providing an integrated domestic abuse advocacy and support service.