Mental Health Services in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Within Greater Glasgow and Clyde mental health in-patient and community services are managed by Health and Social Care Partnerships (HSCPs). Glasgow City HSCP manages a wide range of local, community-based social care and health services delivered in health centres, clinics, schools, and homes.

websiteGlasgow City HSCP Services website:

websiteNHSGGC Mental Health Services website:


​Greater Easterhouse Mental Health Forum

Provides a link between Mental Health Service users and service providers to lead to an improved service for people who are experiencing mental health problems.

Greater Easterhouse Community Health Project

Category: Counselling & Mental Health

address/Unit 1a Westwood Business Centre, 69-71 Aberdalgie Road, Glasgow G34 9HJ

phone numberTel: 0141 781 1566


Greater Easterhouse Link Club

Self-support group run by members. Anyone who is or who has suffered from mental health illness can become a member. Carers and family members are encouraged to attend if they want to and refreshments/hot meals are available at a small cost. Group activities are decided by members and can include art, writing, cookery, decoupage, literacy and computer skills. Support is also provided to members to attend meetings, tribunals/hearings and assistance given in the completion of a variety of forms e.g. benefits, housing etc.

phone numberTel: 07930 227918


address/Greyfriars Church, Hallhill Road, Barlarnark, Glasgow G33 4RX

Saturday and Sunday 12.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m

Wheelchair Access, Disabled Parking


Ruchazie Mental Health Project

Provides a befriending service, drop-in centre, information and advice to people aged 16 – 65 who live in Greater Easterhouse.

address/1 Ruchazie Place, Cranhill, Glasgow G33 3HA

phone numberTel: 0141 770 8531


Anvil Centre

The resource centre provides a range of Mental Health Services through a professional team for those people in the population aged 16-65  who suffer from serious mental illness.

phone numberTel: 0141 211 8450

address/81 Salamanca St, Parkhead, Glasgow, G31 5ES



Helplines and links

NHS Inform

Health information and self care advice for people in Scotland

NHS Inform provides comprehensive up-to-date health information and self care advice.

phone numberTextphone: 18001 111

phone numberHelpline: 0800 22 44 88


websiteContact page:


NHS Scotland

phone numberHelpline: 0800 244 4888

websiteNHS Scotland website:


Samaritans Emotional Support

phone numberHelpline: 08457 909090

websiteSamaritans Website:


SupportLine Emotional support

phone numberHelpline: 020 85549004

websiteSupportLine website:












Created 9/19/2017
Modified 5/14/2018 by Louise Tye