Glasgow Alcohol & Drug Advocacy Service
by The Advocacy Project Claimed
Independent Advocacy service for Adults 16+ in Glasgow experiencing difficulties with Alcohol & Drugs . We can provide support and information on rights related to accessing health care, housing & homelessness, support you to work with other services. We assist people to put their views across in decision making processes.
The Coronavirus pandemic is affecting how we support people to have their rights respected and voices heard. The main focus for the organisation and its staff is to ensure that we continue to safely support people who need advocacy, and provide this in a way that does not put them or others at risk. In line with Scottish Government guidance, our office is currently closed but we are still providing the following service:
Telephone Support - We will continue to provide advocacy support to individuals in Glasgow, East Renfrewshire and South Lanarkshire. This will be a more limited service based upon the health advice issued by the Scottish Government.
The service will be telephone/email based and we will support individuals to have access to an advocate and be provided with information. In line with the health advice there will be no attendance at any external meetings, however we can attend meetings and tribunals via video or teleconference.
The service will be available Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.
Please note that we do not have access to any postal mail until the office can re-open. If you have sent us information and/or need to get in contact, please contact us using the email or phone details below.
This is a rapidly changing situation and we will review these arrangements on a daily basis.
Last updated 26/10/2020
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0141 420 0961
This service is under the category: Housing and Homelessness , Rights & Representation , Health & Social Care Services
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