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Mental Health Services

Mental health issues affect approximately one in six people in the UK at any one time. Mental illnesses can range from mild to severe and affect different people at different times in their lives. Mental health issues include: depression, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, low self-esteem, problems with alcohol and drugs, self-harm and eating disorders. You can use this site to find out about mental health care in Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

Within Greater Glasgow and Clyde mental health in-patient and community services are managed by Community Health Partnerships (CHPs) and Community Health and Care Partnerships (CHCPs) .

Go to your CH(C)P to find out more about local mental health services in your area.

To help you navigate the site, here’s a quick guide to what is in each section:

  • News and Events – keep up to date with the latest news and information on mental health related events in Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
  • Services – find information on mental health services in your area, including hospital in-patient, community, specialist and forensic services.
  • Documents and Information – view reports on a variety of mental health topics, find out more about mental health legislation and read mental health newsletters and publications.
  • Resource Hub – the Hub links to a variety of different mental health websites and online resources
  • Strategy and Service Development – view and download local and national mental health strategy documents.
  • Performance - find out about national mental health service targets

The Mental Health Services web pages are under constant development and we welcome suggestions on how they could be improved.  Please email with your comments.