Services in Glasgow
The 218 service provides an alternative to custody for women in the justice system to support them. Many of the women who use the service will have a range of complex needs such as problematic alcohol or other drug use, mental health, physical health, trauma, chronic low self-esteem and self-confidence as well as social isolation.
Turning Point Scotland Glasgow Social Opportunities enables people with early onset dementia or Huntington’s disease to fill their time with meaningful and enjoyable activity in the community.
The Turning Point Scotland Flexible Homelessness Outreach Support Service aims to find people a safe place to call home.
Turning Point Scotland Glasgow Supported Living service assist people to maintain their tenancies and be active participants in their local community.
Turning Point Scotland Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Recovery Residential Stabilisation service supports individuals with a primary focus of stabilising their alcohol and drug use which may include optimising Opiate Replacement Treatment (ORT), managing benzodiazepine use and medicated assisted detoxification from alcohol.
Turning Point Scotland Criminal Justice Tenancy Sustainment Service aims to reduce the risk reoffending and promote the long term sustainability of community living for people in the justice system.