Useful Links

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COVID-19 / Coronavirus

Mind: Coronavirus and your wellbeing

Scottish Government: Test and Protect – Help stop the spread of Covid-19 (available in community languages including BSL, large print and easy read)

NHS Inform: Various resources available in community languages including BSL, large print and easy read

Online Arts Activities (inspiration for things to do at home)

Voluntary Arts Scotland: Collection of online art activities and e-learning

NHS-approved Apps to Download

Collections of free and payable Apps relating to health and wellbeing

Support for Mental Health

NHS Heads Up: Mental Health information – If you or someone you know urgently needs help or is in a crisis call NHS 24 on 111

Breathing Space: A free confidential phone service for anyone experiencing low mood, anxiety or depression 

Mind: Helplines, links and tips for mental health support

Give Us A Shout:  A free text service for anyone needing support with their mental health

Housing and Homelessness

Shelter Scotland webchat: Monday to Friday  10am to 4pm (Also available from any of the Housing Advice pages)

Shelter Scotland free housing advice helpline 0808 800 4444, Monday to -Friday 9am to 5pm

Shelter Scotland’s Covid-19 housing advice page  (Will be updated as and when any initiatives are announced by the Scottish Government or Westminster)

Domestic Abuse (currently experiencing)

NHS: Getting help for domestic violence

Women’s Aid Information and Support

Staying Safe Online

Learn My Way: Free training on how to use a computer, browse the web and sending emails

Lead Scotland: Free digital session on sharing information and how to ensure online safety

Action Fraud: Stay vigilant online

Moneywise: Coronavirus-related Fraud

Energy Payments for One Parent Families

Visit One Parent Families Scotland

Key Services in Glasgow
Key Services in Glasgow

School Age Payment: £250 for low-income families to help cover costs of a child starting school. Eligible parents of children born between 1 March 2015 and 29 Feb 2016 can get this, whether their child is attending school or not.

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