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Below is contact details and descriptions of some of the specialist services in Glasgow that may be relevant to you. There is not an exhaustive list, and we suggest the Glasgow Help Guide (details below) for details of further services.
Archway Glasgow: rape and sexual assault support
2-6 Sandyford Place,
Tel: 0141 211 8175
Provides services and support to both men and women (aged 13 and over) who have experienced rape or sexual assault within the past seven days.
11 Hope St.,
Glasgow G2 6AB
Tel: 0141 276 7710
Provides advocacy, information and support to women and men whose partners or ex-partners are appearing in Glasgow’s Domestic Abuse Court.
Tel: 0800 83 85 87
A free, confidential phone line you can call when you are feeling stressed or down. Breathing Space is open from early evening till 2am and can offer help, advice and information, as well as a listening ear.
Tel: 0800 11 11
Free national helpline for children in trouble or in danger. It provides a confidential phone and online counselling service for any child with any problem 24 hours a day.
Glasgow Help Guide
This online directory has been set up by the STEPS team (NHS South East Glasgow CHP) to help you find out about the wide range of services that we have in Glasgow.
Glasgow Rape Crisis Centre
30 Bell Street,
0141 552 3200
National Helpline Number: 08088 01 03 02
email: [email protected]
Free, confidential support service for women and girls aged 13 and over who have experienced rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse or any form of sexual violence, past or present.
Glasgow Women’s Aid
30 Bell Street,
Tel: 0141 553 2022
Email: [email protected]
Offers support, information and temporary accommodation to women, children and young people who are being, or have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused by a partner, ex-partner or someone close. Service is run by women for women.
24-hour information and health advice for people in Scotland. This includes mental health.
NHS 24 can also put callers in touch with out-of-hours medical services and psychiatric services.
Tel: 08457 90 90 90
Confidential 24-hour phone line for people who are in despair or feel suicidal and need someone to talk to.
The Sandyford Initiative
2/6 Sandyford Place,
Tel: 0141 211 8130
The Sandyford Initiative is part of the NHS in Glasgow and is available free of charge without the need to be referred by another practitioner. It provides services for sexual health, contraception and women's health as well as counselling and a range of specialist services.
Both appointment and drop-in services are available: phone for details.