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Individual support and signposting

by COPE Scotland Claimed ( eHealth, Mental Health Issues, Health Literacy )

Please note that due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, we are offering all of our services remotely. You can phone us or email us using the details below. Alternatively, text or call 07763 743 296 leaving your name and number and we will get back.

COPE Scotland isn’t a counselling service. We provide pragmatic solution focused interventions aimed at providing tools and support to role with life’s
challenges, including tips which support self management. Services are free and available for those living in the West of Glasgow. Contact us to make an appointment.

Direct services we offer in the West of Glasgow includes:

• Active listening
• Shared decision making
• Professional evidence based individual interventions
• New insights and awareness about supports for long term condition
management
• Learning opportunities at workshops and events
• Materials to take home and use in your day to day life
• Access to relaxation facilities
• Signposting to other services and support

Sometimes life throws us challenges which can cause us great emotional and/or mental upset.

How to access COPE
-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.
-Wellness tools and tips is available through our website to anyone who accesses the site.

We regret we do not have a drop in so sessions are by appointment only and we are sorry, we cannot offer home visits. You are welcome to bring someone with you for your initial appointment and support dogs are very welcome, all we ask is you let us know in advance in case we need to make allowances for any other people in the building who are afraid of dogs. If you have any access requirements we can discuss this when you make your appointment.

We aim to offer a first appointment within 10 days, this is a chance for us to meet and find out what support you are seeking. We will share what we can offer and if we cannot meet all your needs will try and suggest other services and resources.

The ongoing package of support would be agreed by you and your wellness advisor.

COPE Scotland is a place of kindness and caring and we ask all
those who use our building to support making it a safe and calm
environment for all.

Our opening hours are as follows:
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 9am-5.30pm
Tuesday 9am-5pm
Friday 9am-2.30pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

We are also closed each day Monday-Thursday 1pm-1.45pm for the team lunch break.

These are some of the things people shared about the difference using COPE made for them:

‘’So uplifting it was brilliant making you feel more yourself and confident…’’
‘’Listened and made me laugh I feel comfortable and at ease’’
‘’Listened and gave me hope to rebuild my mental and physical health and made me feel safe’’


Last updated 15 May 2020, 1:31 p.m.

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0141 944 5490
admin@cope-scotland.org
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