Ibrox Parish Church, Clifford St, G51 1QL
Tel: 07437 910115
Monday 1200 – 1400: Ibrox Parish Church, Clifford Street, G51 1QL. Thursday 1200 – 1400: The Preshal Trust, 8 Aboukir Street, G51 4QX. Friday 1000 – 1300: Hillington Park Church, Berryknowes Road, G52 2UD. ALL SESSIONS REQUIRE A VALID FOODBANK VOUCHER.
Glasgow SW Foodbank work with a range of local agencies who meet people at risk of going hungry. A typical food parcel contains a minimum of three days of nutritionally balanced, non-perishable, tinned and dried foods that have been donated by the local community. A typical food parcel includes: breakfast cereal, soup, pasta, rice, pasta sauce, baked beans, tinned meat, tinned vegetables, instant mash, UHT milk, tea, coffee, sugar, tinned dessert and biscuits. If you make the foodbank aware of special dietary requirements, or if you have a baby needing nappies/baby foods, they may be able to help with these too. My constituency office is a registered referral agency for foodbank vouchers. We do not issue vouchers on request – this is only done after an assessment of individual needs and circumstances.
PO Box 53, G1 1WE, Tel (freephone): 08088 00 00 14
Our services include telephone support, face-to-face support, letter and email support, group work and instant messaging support. We also have specialist services for young women and BME women for support and advocacy and we have a support and advocacy service for women who want our help to report rape to the police. Additionally we can support a woman from the point of reporting any sexual offence to police and we can be there throughout the process and attend court with her. We have also developed a range of information booklets and leaflets covering issues such as Child Sexual Abuse, Self-harm, and Stalking.
Govan (Divisional Headquarters) – covers Govan & Craigton: 923 Helen Street, G52 1EE
Pollok – covers Greater Pollok: 3 Brockburn Crescent, G53 5AF
Govan: 677 Govan Road, G51 2BH, Tel: 0141 445 2223
Pollok: Levernside Crescent, G53 5JY, Tel: 0141 882 4872
For non-emergency medical advice, 24 hours a day.
Regardless of who your supplier is (Scottish Power, SSE Hydro, EON etc.) your electricity supply is connected by Scottish Power Energy Networks. If you experience a power cut, check with neighbours first. If their power is still on, it may be the outage is localised to your property. If your neighbour’s supply is also off, it may be the area is experiencing a loss of supply. In this case contact SP Energy Networks on 0800 092 9290 (from a landline) or 0330 1010 222 (from a mobile).
If you find electrical or network supply equipment that is damaged, do not go near or approach it. Instead call the emergency number above and advise of the location and nature of the damage.
If you smell gas or are worried about gas safety, phone the National Gas Emergency Number on 0800 111 999.
Follow the steps below:
- Open doors and windows to ventilate the property.
- Turn off the gas supply at the meter.
- Unless the smell of gas and the meter are in a cellar.
- Put out naked flames and don’t smoke.
- Don’t turn off or on any power or light switches.
- Don’t enter the cellar if the smell of gas is in there.
- Call the National Gas Emergency Number on 0800 111 999
In the first instance check to make sure other properties’ water is affected. If the issue is localised to your property, this is the homeowner’s responsibility. If the problem is affecting others in the area, it may be an issue with the water main. Contact the Scottish Water helpline on 0800 0778 778 (open 24hrs) to report any faults or burst mains. Service updates are also available via their Twitter feed at @scottish_water.
Call 116 123
Talk to us any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.
Find out why our service works and what you can expect when contacting us.
If you have any concerns about our service before you try it, hear from others about how we’ve helped them. Please don’t suffer alone.
Freephone: 0800 83 85 87
We are a free, confidential, phone service for anyone in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety. We are here in times of difficulty to provide a safe and supportive space by listening, offering advice and providing information. It is our belief and hope that by empowering people, they will have the resources to recover.
Tel: 0141 553 2022
Glasgow Women‘s Aid has been supporting women, children and young people who are experiencing Domestic Abuse for over 35 years. The development of our service has been influenced by the experiences of the women, children and young people that we have supported. As an organisation we provide information, support and temporary refuge accommodation.
We have a public access office in the city centre. This service is a drop in service so you do not need to make an appointment. We are open Monday to Friday 9.30 – 4.30. You can come in or telephone to speak to a worker. Workers will listen to you and support you to make the decisions that are right for you and your children (if you have any). We will respect your choices.
- Confidential ongoing support. You can contact us as often as you need to, regardless of where you are living.
- Information on housing, benefits, financial issues and legal issues
- Signposting to other relevant organisations. If we don‘t know something we can find out for you.
- Arrangements for interpreting services
- Safe, anonymous refuge accommodation where you and your children (if you have any) will receive emotional and practical support for a short term period.