Glasgow Alcohol Rehabilitation Service is a residential support unit in Glasgow City Centre for adults with a history of alcohol dependence and homelessness who wish to change their lifestyle. The service provides support to people with complex physical, mental health and addiction issues through a programme of complete abstinence from alcohol and drugs.
The facility provides a safe, supportive and structured environment for a maximum of ten residents. The support provided helps residents to explore the underlying reasons for their dependency and encourage them to realise their potential to rebuild their lives.
Support offered within the unit includes:
- Personal support planning
- Individual key workers
- Regular and structured group work activities
- Physical and social care
- Family and parenting support
- Therapeutic activities
- Access to education and training
- Confidence building and re-developing life skills
Residents will complete a three stage abstinence based rehabilitation programme with a target duration of 9 months. However, the length of each stage will be based on the individual’s progress and how quickly the goals set for each stage are achieved.
- For more information download our Glasgow Alcohol Rehabilitation Service leaflet
Referrals can be made directly from a care manager to the Homeless Partnership at:
First Floor, Granite House
31 Stockwell Street
Or enquiries can be made to the management team at Garscube House.
Glasgow Alcohol Rehabilitation Service
840 Garscube Road
Tel: 0141 948 0092