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Glasgow City Youth Health Service


Glasgow City Youth Health Service is a holistic, confidential health and wellbeing service available to young people aged 12-19 years. The service operates in evenings at locations throughout Glasgow City and is open to any young person with a Glasgow postcode or registered with a Glasgow GP practice.

We can offer:

  • Appointments with the Nurse or Doctor
  • Mental health support and counselling
  • Multiple risk programme (e.g. Substance misuse, antisocial behaviour)
  • Sexual health support
  • Weight management programme (Weigh to Go for young people aged 12-18 years)
  • Advice and support on volunteering, training and employment

For more information or to make a referral, please call us on: 0141 451 2727

Referrals can be made by young people, parents, carers, healthcare professionals, social work services, third sector organisations, education staff and GPs within Glasgow City HSCP. 

GP practice staff should use SCI Gateway.

 For more detailed information, please see our referral guidance document below.

Glasgow City Youth Health Service Referral Guidance

Last Updated: 06 September 2021