COPE Scotland is a charity which has several projects within it. Working in partnership and linking to wider developments in health and social care integration and transformation in primary care, we work with people with lived experience and other partners to explore ways to share what we have learned; through Caring Over People’s Emotions our service which offers direct support in West Glasgow, for others to adopt and adapt as fits with their services.
With partners and the voices of lived experience we continue to explore new interventions which can support well being and resilience to life challenges and share online with the world, through our website.
An overview of Caring Over People's Emotions
Caring Over People’s Emotions (COPE)
Offers direct support to individuals as well as workshops, advice, information and signposting to individuals aged 16 and over living in West Glasgow experiencing mental and emotional distress as a result of a life challenge. Services are offered 5 days a week from 20 Drumchapel Rd and one day a week from The Yoker Resource Centre. Visit our website for more information.
Last updated 17 Sep 2018, 4:34 p.m.
COPE Scotland isn’t a counselling service. Services we offer are based on what people using the service have asked for. Pragmatic solution focus...eHealth, Mental Health Issues, Health Literacy
- 0141 944 5490
We offer support to individuals aged 16 and over who live in West Glasgow from 20 Drumchapel Road, also on a Tuesday at Yoker Resource Centre. <...Support Network, Mental Health IssuesThe Yoker Resource Centre, 10 Kelso Pl, Glasgow, G14 0LL
- 0141 944 5490