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Different organisations can provide a variety of mental health support, and we hope you find the list of mental health services useful.  To get more details on any of the services you can call them and speak to them about your circumstances. 

Immediate support services

Breathing Space

Call 0800 83 85 87 

Breathing Space is a free, confidential phone and web based service for people in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.

Open Weekdays: Monday - Thursday 6pm to 2am

Open Weekends: Friday 6pm to Monday 6am


Call 0845 650 1730

Crisis services are available for patients who are already known to the Community Mental Health Services.

There is an out-of-hours Community Psychiatric Nurse service which can be accessed directly by calling 0845 650 1730.

Open Monday to Friday, 8pm – 9am

Open Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 4:30pm – 9am

NHS 24

Call 111

If you, or someone you know, needs urgent help or is in crisis, call NHS 24 on 111


Our 111 service is here to provide urgent care advice and mental health support day or night.


Call 0800 068 4141

Text 07860 039967


PAPYRUS UK is a charity for the prevention of young suicide (under 35) in the UK. Are you, or is a young person you know, not coping with life? PAPYRUS exists to give young people hope and to prevent young suicide.

Open 9am - midnight every day


Call 116 123


(Email response time 24hrs)

Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. Each day, people who are lonely, desperate, or struggling turn to Samaritans in search of compassion and support.


You can call at any time or email them. Sometimes writing down your thoughts and feelings can help you understand them better. This is why they also have an email service. 


Call 0344 800 0550

People experiencing distress can be referred by NHS 24 to a Distress Brief Intervention (DBI) service delivered by SAMH. Whether you’re seeking support, are looking for more information for you or someone you love, or if you just want to have chat about mental health, they are here to help.

Open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday


Text Shout to 85258

Shout 85258 is a 24/7 UK text messaging service for times when people feel they need immediate support. Anyone of any age, who is a resident in the UK, can text the service for support. Shout is a de-escalation, volunteer-driven service. This means that they work with people in immediate distress to take them to a calmer moment and empower them with support and techniques to take their next steps to feeling better and handle future issues, as well as possibly signposting someone to further support services or their GP so that they can get continuous and long-term support. 

Open 24/7


Call 0141 287 0555 (Office Hours)

Call 0300 343 1505 (Out of Hours)

If you are worried that a child is at risk or being harmed, it is important to tell someone. Your report will be treated in confidence. Everyone has a right to be safe.

Make sure they are safe - If immediate help is required phone 999.

During office hours, you can contact Social Care Direct by phone (0141 287 0555), or textphone 18001 0141 276 4710. 

  • Out with office hours you can phone Glasgow and Partners Emergency Social Work Services on 0300 343 1505.

  • You can also phone Scottish Police non-emergency on 101.

  • You can also speak to a health professional (for example your doctor or a health visitor), a teacher or the police. They will take your concerns seriously.

Immediate Support


autism support

The Scottish Autism Advice help those diagnosed with autism to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives and be recognised as valued members of the community they live in. Website: or contact their advice line on 01259 222022.

The National Autistic society Scotland provide local specialist help, information and care across Scotland to autistic people, their families and carers. For example, they provide an Education Rights and Transitions Service, Student Support Service, as well as region-specific information services in Glasgow, Ayrshire and the Highlands. Through their Moving Forward+ service we also support young autistic people towards positive destinations including employment. In addition, they run online social groups and a post diagnostic support programme, which empower young autistic people to develop social navigation skills and strategies as well as discuss topics of interest - from film and TV, to cooking, gaming, politics, art and many more. Website:



Autism Initiatives offer a wide range of support for autistic people. From supported living to schools, from a short break service to one stop shops, from work placements to training, clubs and activities, Autism Initiatives has a wealth of resources and expertise that support autistic people to achieve their personal goals. Website:


Child Autism UK helps children with autism achieve their potential. They provide services to enable children to overcome difficulties with communication, learning and life skills and give families the techniques and strategies to cope with autism through the use of evidence-based strategies. Child Autism UK also provides training for families, schools and professionals working with young children. Website:


Call 0808 801 0432

Beat provides Helplines and other support and information about eating disorders. Their dedicated Helpline for Scotland is available 7 days a week on 0808 801 0432 or via email at Their website includes lots of useful information and resources, and HelpFinder contains information on other services in your area. If you are supporting someone with an eating disorder, they have a range of services available for carers here.


Call 0141 353 6504 

You can contact the Carers information and support line on 0141 353 6504 for information on help / support available in your local area. If you think you are a carer you can complete a Carers Self Referral Form.  If you need a paper copy of this form then please phone.

You can also contact the following social work teams for advice:

Glasgow North East Carers Support Team
Glasgow City Council Social Work Services
28-30 Adamswell Street, Glasgow G21 4DD
Phone 0141 276 4710

Glasgow North West Carers Support Team
Glasgow City Council Social Work Services
35 Church Street, Partick, Glasgow G11 5JT
Phone 0141 276 1066

Glasgow South Carers Support Team
Glasgow City Council Social Work Services
130 Langton Road, Pollok, Glasgow G53 5DP
Phone 0141 276 2904

Enter your location or your full postcode in the search box HERE to find carer support and replacement care services near you through our UK wide network of partners. Not every part of the UK is covered by a Carers Trust Network Partner; if that is the case for you, click here to find other sources of local support

Cancer backup 0808 800 1234 

Cancer Research UK 0800 226 237

Cancer Support Scotland 0800 652 4531

CLIC Sargent (children) 0800 197 0068

Leukaemia Care 0800 169 6680

Macmillan Cancer Support 0808 808 2020

Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre 0141 330 3311

Marie Curie Cancer Care

Myeloma UK 0800 980 3332

Ochre (oesophageal cancer) 0141 942 5855

Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice 0141 429 5599

Prostate Cancer Charity 0800 074 8383

The Robertson Trust 0141 221 3151

Scottish Breast Cancer Campaign 

Teenage Cancer Trust 020 7612 0370

The NHS Centre for Integrative Care accepts referrals from all health care professionals in exactly the same way as all other hospitals and clinics. Normally your GP will refer you, but you may also seek a referral from another hospital specialist, a specialist nurse, or specialist physiotherapist.

Integrative is a term which refers to increasing the harmony and coherence of your whole being. Integrative care is therefore focused on the person, not on either the disease or a particular therapy. The intention with integrative care is to promote and enhance wellbeing, resilience, and the realisation of an individual’s potential capacities for self-care, self-regulation and self-healing.

They offer Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Counselling, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy and additional complimentary therapies.


Glasgow Women’s Aid  - contact them online or telephone 0141 553 2022
National Women’s Aid Helpline - freephone 24/7 on 0808 2000 247
Rape Crisis Scotland - Call the helpline 08088 01 03 02

Glasgow Rape Crisis - Freephone 08088 00 00 14
Daisy Project - contact them online or telephone 0141 634 4053
Healing for the Heart - contact online or telephone 0141 406 1320

Speak out Scotland (men only) - register online HERE  
Sandyford - for more information on counselling services call 0141 211 6700
Moira Anderson Foundation - contact vie online contact form or call 01236 602890
Say Women - contact via their online form or call 0141 552 5803


Parental Support 

Enquire is the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning. Providing easy to understand advice and information about additional support for learning legislation and guidance for families and professionals.

You can enquire online or call them on 0345 123 2303


Call 0808 164 2005

Future Pathways supports people who were abused or neglected as children while they were living in care in Scotland. Their aim is to help people lead full, healthy and independent lives. You can register online or call them to enquire about support. 


Call 0141 552 5592

Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH) offer a range of individualised support and opportunities provided by a trained and experience workforce. Workers have the knowledge and expertise to help you to identify and describe your support needs and goals based on your own situation. They can develop with you a plan of support which will build your confidence and social networks, help you learn new skills and work towards living your life without planned formal support. Support available: young people services, older people services, GAMH carers centres, group opportunities, self-directed support and employability / volunteering / peer support.

You can ask your G.P. to refer or contact them to enquire about their services.

Based in the West of Glasgow, Healing for the Heart exists to help people and organisations to improve their mental and emotional health. At Healing for the Heart they are passionate about helping people to develop a positive attitude to mental and emotional health by offering a holistic approach to therapy. They currently offer counselling,  spiritual healing and supported volunteering. They also offer an art therapy service particularly for children and young people.

You can contact them via their online for or via telephone or email. 

Kaleidoscope Counselling Scotland

Kaleidoscope Counselling Scotland, a non-profit, accessible counselling service in central Glasgow offering Gender, Sexual, and Relationship Diversity Therapy. You can self-refer to them for support via their online contact form HERE.

One of the benefits of living in a vibrant city like Glasgow is having a wide variety of award winning sporting and cultural activities on your doorstep. But for many Glasgow citizens, there are multiple barriers to getting involved, from the daunting prospect of joining a new and unknown activity to financial and practical barriers to knowing what’s on where, and being able to get there.

Now, a programme by Glasgow Life aimed at removing barriers and giving

people a helping hand to access activities is showing early signs of making a remarkable difference.


Call 0141 552 4434

Lifelink can offer support to anyone who is struggling to cope with everyday stress or is feeling anxious or depressed.  Lifelink offer a number of services including Wellbeing Classes, Art of Relaxation, Build Resilience and Improve Personal Effectiveness, Improving Motivation, Boosting Self-Esteem, Building Confidence, Re-Assess your Stress, Financial Wellbeing, Coping with Change and One to One Counselling.

You can refer to access any of these service by calling them or via their online form.


Call 0800 328 9655

Living Life service offers phone support using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) based techniques. You can refer yourself for an assessment by phoning 0800 328 9655. The phone service is open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 9pm.


Who is Living Life for?
Living Life is a free phone service offering therapy for anyone in Scotland aged 16 and over with low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety or a combination of these symptoms. Living Life offer 4 to 6 talking therapy sessions by phone.  

mungo foundation

Call 0141 226 1610

The Mungo Foundation  support adults living with mental health problems to lead meaningful, independent lives. You can view their services online or contact them to discuss opportunities and support. 


Call 0141 944 7900

Men Matter support all men’s mental health, improve men's quality of life, expand and enrich men’s connections. They facilitate activities that support positive mental, physical and emotional health and wellbeing for men.

They run weekly groups, sessions and activities, facilitated on a peer to peer basis where men can meet in a safe and friendly place, talk openly, be listened to and feel supported without judgment within a confidential setting from people who are equal to you – your peers.  You can self-refer online or call them to discuss. 

Open Monday–Thursday 10.30am - 15:00pm

Closed Friday- Sunday


Call 0800 783 6059

5 Week Self-Management Courses now available.

Pain Association Scotland is unique in having pioneered the development and delivery of self-management training for those burdened with Chronic Pain.  Its courses are designed specifically to target those in the community who are affected by Long Term (Chronic Painful) Conditions.  The Association’s overall aim is to improve the quality of life for chronic pain sufferers by supporting and empowering them to live independently in the community. 


Call 0141 945 0563

The NHS Restart Service is a Training Centre, that focuses on the recovery and wellbeing of anyone who attends our courses, and is available to people who are currently involved with a Community Mental Health Team. Their website is currently not available but more details are available via their Facebook page HERE.


Call 0344 800 0550

Whether you’re seeking support, are looking for more information for you or someone you love, or if you just want to have chat about mental health, SAMH can help. You can call them between 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday for more information. 

Currently available via SAMH is access to a free and anonymous online emotional wellbeing and mental health support through Qwell. The service provides a safe and confidential space to access support from qualified mental health professionals, as well as peer support from the Qwell community.


The NHS GG&C computerised CBT Service offers a range of treatment programmes that use cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help people experiencing mild to moderate depression. For clinicians in NHS GGC: the referral guidelines can be found HERE.


Only accepting referrals via your G.P. or NHS Clinician. Background information required on the referral:

  • Developmental history - including any childhood adversity

  • Childhood/Education/Work

  • Relationships – with peers/colleagues/ family/partners

  • History of mental ill health

  • Self-harm/Drug/Alcohol misuse/Eating disorders

  • Current stressors

  • Previous therapies/treatments offered

  • What is expectation of treatment

Referrals are discussed weekly. If a referral is accepted the person will be seen for assessment sessions, to assess whether psychotherapy might be beneficial.

The Spark have been providing counselling and support for 50 years with one objective above all: to make relationships better. Couples counsellingmarriage counselling or individual counselling with The Spark can help you to deal with issues that negatively impact on your life and relationships. You can contact them via their online contact form or by calling them between from Monday to Thursday between 9am and 9pm or on a Friday between 9am and 4pm. 


Call 0808 802 2088

Togetherall offers everyone aged 16-24 years in Glasgow free mental health support. If you’re feeling lonely, stressed, worried or just not yourself, on Togetherall you can get support and start to feel better.


Togetherall offers:

Young People opportunity to share experiences in a safe, and anonymous space. 
Young People access to benefit from practical wellbeing tools and resources.
Young People the ability to gain access in minutes; available all day, every day.
66% of people said that the Togetherall community helped them more than other sources of support.

trauma services

Wellbeing Scotland - get in touch online or telephone 01324 630 100
Anchor - Website current unavailable. 
Healed Scars - self-refer online or call 01786439988

Freedom from torture - self-refer online

Glasgow Rape Crisis - Freephone 08088 00 00 14
Victim Support Scotland - self-refer online or call 0800 160 1985

Savera for culturally specific abuse and harmful practices - call 0800 107 0726

The centre offers a safe space for women in Glasgow. They aim to empower women by offering them opportunities to strengthen their choices in a challenging economic climate leading to changing their lives.


Some of the support available is the challenging lives shaping futures programme, learning and development, adult education, counselling service, volunteering, employability, domestic abuse awareness, health and wellness, overcoming digital exclusion and building resilience.

They also offer a Children and Family Service that includes: the creche, baby massage, baby sensory, play scheme, family support & advice

and holistic therapy including reiki and indian head massage.


Call 0141 552 5592

YAWS is a Young Adult Wellbeing Service with GAMH and is providing group programmes for young adults aged 16-25 experiencing mild to moderate mental health challenges.  This will provide opportunities where young people can gain new skills and be active in their community. 

Call 0141 552 5592 to make a referral or email

Menta Health Services


British Red Cross

Offering online education workshops. 

Learn new skills with free community workshops. Their community education workshops are designed to help you build resilience and vital life skills that can help you deal with challenging situations. Workshops cover a range of wellbeing and humanitarian topics.

Current topics available:

  • First aid (youth and adult)

  • Empathy and migration (youth)

  • Coping with challenges (youth)

  • Adapt and recover from adversity (adult)

  • Tackling loneliness (adult)


Call 0141 558 9749

Self-refer HERE

Supporting the social, educational and economic integration of refugees, asylum seekers, migrants, and anyone for whom English is a second language, living in Glasgow. Through a variety of programmes and resources they help clients build their confidence by re-engaging them with their skills.


Services available include: 

  • Training

  • Support and advice

  • Work placements

  • Resources

Based in Springburn, in the North of Glasgow, they have been working in this sector for over 10 years. They have a dedicated and expert team supporting the needs and campaigning for the rights of refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and non-native English speakers.

Central and West Integration Network

Offering a drop-in service. 

Call  0141 573 0978

This service is aimed at people in the asylum system who are struggling to access opportunities due to language barriers or digital skills. 

  • Tuesdays 12:30 til 2:30 downstairs in the rooms of the food hub. Address: Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose St, Glasgow G3 6RE

Come along if you want to find out which services you can access, if you need help with forms or if you feel stuck with a problem in your life. Our volunteers will either help you directly or tell you where you can go with your problem.

Current projects are:

  • ESOL: sign up for college or find out about community classes

  • Bikes: sign up for Bike for Goods 'Bikes for All' scheme - free use of the Next bike scheme for people on low income. Get help using the app.


Call 0141 420 3161

Self-refer HERE

Specialist psychological therapy to help asylum seekers and refugees who have survived torture recover and rebuild their lives in the UK. They also provide training for professionals working with torture survivors.


Summary of services: 

  • Therapy & practical help

  • Medico-legal reports

  • Safeguarding policies

  • Training for organisations

With survivors, they campaign for change in the UK and across the world. Together, raising awareness and influence decision-makers about torture and its impact.


Call 0800 310 0054

The Govan Community Project offers: 

  • Advice and Advocacy team who provide advice, information and support on a variety of issues and help service users access their rights and entitlements. 

  • The Community Flat. Open 5 days a week, the community flat is also available as a space for other charities or community groups to use free of charge. 

  • Early Intervention workshops are directed towards those in the early stages of the asylum process in the UK. Early Intervention is a method of providing those in the asylum process with as much information as early as possible, so that they can be best prepared for their journey ahead. Available online. 

  • English classes.

  • Food Distribution.

  • Homework Club. Helping children with homework, reading, writing and researching, while also supporting parents. 

  • Women's group.

  • Men's Group.

  • Volunteering opportunities. 

Maslow's community shop

Visit the shop or self-refer HERE

Maslow's is a second hand goods shop, volunteer run with profits going back into the community. They provide free clothing and household goods to asylum seekers and people in the local community who are experiencing hardship.

Opening hours Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm (except Wednesdays when they are open from 1pm - 4pm) 

Based at 70 Shaw Street, Govan.


Call 0808 8010 503

Migrant Help provides independent advice and guidance to assist asylum seekers in the UK move through and understand the asylum process.


They run a free asylum helpline available 24/7/365 and accessible to all asylum seekers in the UK. Just call 0808 8010 503.

Their teams are based across the country and also offer face to face advice to asylum seekers in the initial accommodation sites, as well as outreach services to vulnerable clients.


They can advise in multiple languages on issues such as:

  • How to claim asylum

  • Navigating the asylum process

  • Applying for asylum support including accommodation

  • Notifying the Home Office if your circumstances change

  • Finding legal representation

  • Accessing healthcare

  • Support during the post-decision period - read about the support available after positive decision here, and negative decision here

  • Other asylum and post-asylum claim related matters

They can signpost you to other helpful services in your area by telephone or in person, just talk to your adviser for more information. 


Call 0141 212 2110


REACH Community Health Project is a national third sector organisation with a key strategic role in improving the health, wellbeing and health care provision of Ethnic Minority (EM) communities in Scotland.  REACH has units engaged in culturally sensitive Service Provision, Policy and Research as well as Training and Development.  You can self-refer online or contact them for further information. 

Counselling support and link worker support is currently unavailable.

Current projects: 

  • Enhancing vaccine confidence across ethnic minority communities

  • Telephone support


Emergency Contact Details

Call 0141 401 0756 Email:

People can self-refer online. Refuweegee is a community-led charity that gives people a way to welcome and embrace those newest to arrive. They offer many events for the communities as well as options to volunteer. Other services include:

  • A hang out space​ open 10.00 am - 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday and anyone is welcome to pop in and make use of the wifi, meet other people or simply chill out - no need to book.

  • Visit the Refuweegee Shop​. The Shop is a place to browse and select items such as clothing, household items and food - free of charge.

  • Refer for a mobile phone. They can provide a limited number of mobile phones to those who need one. 


Call 0141 552 6540

Saheliya is a specialist mental health and well-being support organisation for black, minority ethnic, asylum seeker, refugee and migrant women and girls (12+) in the Edinburgh and Glasgow area.


Staff are from a variety of different cultures and ethnic backgrounds and all have an understanding of how race, gender and culture affects the mental wellbeing of black and minority ethnic women and girls.

Some of the services they offer and in various different languages are: 

  • Counselling

  • Complementary Therapies

  • Practical and Emotional Support

  • Groupwork

  • Outreach Work

  • Young Saheliya Groupwork and Counselling

  • Learning Centre

  • Gardening Project

  • Childcare for under 7’s to make sure women can access their services

You can self-refer here.

Scottish Refugee Council

Call 0808 196 7274

Offering support for: families, new refugees, help for destitute people and employability support. Clients can organise an appointment by calling the freephone advice line. The website also coverts into various languages.


Visit the centre HERE

Unity Centre can provide an updated list of foodbanks in Glasgow. You can use their phones to call and report problems with your A.R.C Card (Application Registration Card) and your AZURE card. If you have been made homeless they can direct you to other organisations that can give you temporary organisation. They can share lots of information about making a fresh claim and offer practical support and solidarity if you are facing eviction and poverty.


Call 0141 424 4523

The Well Multi-Cultural Resource Centre is a registered Scottish Charity that exists to serve the ethnic minority communities in South East Glasgow.

The Well primarily offers free one-to-one Advice Consultations to disadvantaged ethnic minority communities in South East Glasgow.  

The Well also offers a programme of activities for ethnic minority women including ‘Chai and Chat’, a women’s social/craft group, ESOL English classes and ‘Bubbles’ toddler group.  These activities are designed to reduce social isolation and build skills and confidence.


Call 07734742900

Visit (women only) Tuesdays 10:30am t0 12 noon, The Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, G3 6DS.

3 Projects are currently being run:


  • Challenging Violence Against Women

  • Women and Asylum Seeker Housing

  • Wellbeing Projects

All three projects work with asylum seeker and refugee individuals and community groups and the Challenging Violence Against Women project also works with other marginalised communities affected by female genital mutilation, honour based violence and other gender based violence.


Open between 10am - 4pm, Monday to Friday. Interpreters are available.  

For visits - Tuesdays 10:30am to 12 noon at The Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, G3 6DS.

Asylum Services



Call 0800 917 7650


People come to Alcohol Anonymous through many different means. You can access their services online or if you prefer e-mail as a means of contact then feel free to email

Drug & Alcohol Recovery Service are joint Social Work Services and Health Addiction Teams. This will mean that anyone who needs help with an alcohol or drug problem can come to the Drug & Alcohol Recovery Service and they will arrange for you to see the worker best placed to help.

Open Mon-Thu 08:45-16:45; Friday 08:45-15:55


Call 0808 802 9000

GCA offer individual, free and confidential counselling for people experiencing alcohol-related difficulties and those affected by someone else’s alcohol issue. The service is provided by trained staff and volunteers over five days and three evenings a week. You can call them or self-refer online.


Call 0141 420 6969

Turning Point Scotland Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Crisis Service offers integrated health and social care which provides low threshold, direct access services for people experiencing a crisis due to alcohol or other drug use including people who may be experiencing homelessness. These include a crisis residential unit, 24-hour Injecting Equipment Provision (needle exchange), wound care, harm reduction advice, signposting and naloxone training and provision.


Call 0800 140 4645

Narcotics Anonymous is a community of people who support each other to achieve and maintain a drug free life. The only requirement for participation in NA is a desire to stop using drugs. There are no membership fees, and each group is self supporting. NA is not allied with any religion, institution or other organisation. NA exists solely so that its members can support each other to stay drug free and to help others achieve and maintain a drug free recovery and lifestyle. You can call them for further information or visit their website. 

If you are experiencing problems because of alcohol or drugs, they can support you on the road to recovery. Whether you are looking to safely reduce your drug / alcohol intake or cut it out completely they will work with you, so that you are setting your own recovery goals, and then help you to reach them. Staff are professional, non-judgmental, trauma-informed and friendly.

Addiction Services


Information on help and resources available in Scotland during the cost of living crisis.

The Welfare Rights and Money Advice Service provides: benefits advice and money advice to front line social work staff to help service users, direct support to service users in more complex cases, a comprehensive income maximisation, service for home care and day care service users, representation for any residents of Glasgow at Social Security Appeal Tribunals. Find your local service HERE.

Advisers can signpost you to local support that most fits your needs, including their Change Mental Health services. They also offer initial advice on money worries and help to deal with emergencies.

If you require more in-depth help with benefits, debt, housing and energy safeguarding, they can provide specialist and impartial advice, advocacy and representation over the phone, virtually and face to face.


Call 0141 276 1185

There is now a telephone based service set up to work directly with the people of Glasgow. It offers free, confidential support, information and advice for citizens on a wide range of issues. They'll listen to what you need, what your aims are and work with you to help you access the right support services, at the right time and in the right place. 


For more information, give them a call to discuss the support available for you and your family. They are able to make arrangements for an interpreter if required.

GAIN (Glasgow's Advice and Information Network) is a network of agencies that give free, confidential and impartial debt advice. It includes voluntary agencies, citizen's advice bureaux, and legal, housing and independent money advice agencies.

Agencies within GAIN can give advice on a wide range of financial issues including debt, money management, benefits advice, and housing issues as well as providing free legal advice.

The GAIN Helpline is a freephone help line for clients living and/or working in Glasgow who have debt and associated legal & housing problems.  Callers to the helpline will receive initial advice (including a full benefit check if appropriate) and will be referred to the most appropriate GAIN agency for more in depth advice if required.

If you're worried about money or how to deal with debt, you're not alone. Anyone can find themselves overwhelmed by financial worries, but there's support and advice available to help you. visit their website.

If you need urgent help with money, food or fuel your local council may be able to help with things like food, heating and electricity.

Contact your local council

Offering clear, practical advice and support for people experiencing issues with mental health and money. Visit their website here: 

Financial Services
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