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Homelessness Resources

Homelessness Resources

If you are homeless, or think you might become homeless, please contact:
* Your nearest Community Casework Team (details below) 9am – 4pm Monday to Friday, or
* The Hamish Allan Centre (details below) 4pm to 9am Monday to Friday. Open 24 hours on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.

If you are looking for health care services, please contact
* Homeless Health Services (details below)

Community Casework Teams
If you need to find somewhere to sleep tonight, you can also make a homelessness application through the Community Casework Team in your local area. There are a number of them across Glasgow, and they are open Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 4.00 pm or you can phone them between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm. Staff can also provide advice if you have any concerns about losing the accommodation that you are currently living in.

West Community Casework Team
20 Dunkenny Square
Drumchapel
Glasgow G15 8NB
Phone: 0141 287 3158

North Community Casework Team
30 Mansion Street, Possil
Glasgow G22 5SZ
Phone: 0141 276 6169
Fax: 0141 276 6172

East Community Casework Team
33 Burnmouth Road
Glasgow G33 4ST
Phone: 0141 276 6153
Fax: 0141 276 6150

North East Community Casework Team
33 Burnmouth Road
Glasgow G33 4ST
Phone: 0141 276 6153
Fax: 0141 276 6150

South East Community Casework Team
1st Floor, TwoMax Building
187 Old Rutherglen Road
Glasgow G5 0RE
Phone: 0141 276 8201
Fax: 0141 276 8278

South West Community Casework Team
27 Brockburn Road
Pollok
Glasgow G53 3BG
Phone: 0141 276 6180
Fax: 0141 276 8288

Prison Casework Team
Social Work Unit
HMP Barlinnie
Lee Avenue
Glasgow G33 2QX
Phone: 0141 770 2123
Fax: 0141 770 9808

Refugee Support Team
1st Floor, TwoMax Building
187 Old Rutherglen Road
Glasgow G5 0RE
Phone: 0141 276 8201
Fax: 0141 276 8278

Hamish Allan Centre
180 Centre Street, Glasgow, G5 8EE
Freephone: 0800 838 502

http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=4940

Staff within the Hamish Allan Centre will provide advice and information on homelessness difficulties and, if appropriate, arrange temporary accommodation. Arrangements will then be made for the appropriate Community Casework Team to manage cases.
The Hamish Allan Centre also provides assistance to people who may be unable to use their homes due to an emergency such as flooding, fire or where the building would be dangerous to live in.

Hunter Street Homeless Health Services
55 Hunter Street, Glasgow G4 0UP
Phone: 0141 553 2801

Hunter Street Homeless Health Services provide homeless people in Glasgow with a full range of healthcare services, including:
General Practice
Homeless Families Health Care
Substance Misuse
Mental Health
Podiatry, Dietician, Dentistry and Occupational Therapy