Two Centuries of Service in Glasgow

We offer multiple pathways to new life. We look at the whole person; addressing trauma and complex needs ensuring individuals can manage their emotional wellbeing.

David Harper, Rehab Pathways Manger

Our work through the Covid-19 pandemic

Watch the video to learn how we were still serving our guests from March 2020 to March 2021

Connect Magazine

Keep up to date with what’s happening with the latest edition of our Connect magazine

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Glasgow’s huge heart

23 May 2022|

We recently hosted a collection at Glasgow Central Station to present people with the opportunity to donate toiletries to those unable to provide for themselves. The event was a huge success and we were blown away by the generosity of passers-by, local businesses and commuters who helped us collect over two pallet loads of items.

Overnight Welcome Centre Report

17 May 2022|

The Overnight Welcome Centre aims to provide support to those at risk of rough sleeping in the city, including a bed in a private room, and access to a range of relevant services whose collective objective is to find suitable accommodation and support as quickly as possible. Read the article to find out more, and to view this year's OWC report which provides a comprehensive account of this season's service.

Vulnerability as Strength

16 May 2022|

Making ourselves vulnerable is risky business in a society that only seems to value the strongest, the fittest and the smartest. Charles Maasz explores the merit in vulnerability, and how it should be seen as a strength and not a weakness.

Healing for the Heart at the Overnight Welcome Centre.

9 May 2022|

This week’s blog comes from Jem Crawley who works for our Overnight Welcome Centre (OWC) partner, Healing for the Heart. Jem tells of his experiences of the listening service that Healing for the Heart provided for our guests. This service was of great benefit and we look forward to continuing our partnership during next season’s OWC.


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