Amma Birth Companions is a Glasgow charity that was established in 2019.
We provide care information, and advocacy for women and birthing people who face pregnancy, birth and parenthood alone or against significant barriers. We offer pregnancy, birth and postnatal companionship, along with antenatal education and peer support activities.
Our clients include refugee and asylum-seeking women, survivors of human trafficking, and other individuals experiencing multiple disadvantages.
We aim to create a supportive environment where pregnant people and new parents feel seen, informed, and nurtured in all aspects of their birth and early parenting experiences.
Telephone 0141 471 9799
At Ashford Place, we offer pioneering community-led solutions to the ills affecting the physical, mental and financial wellbeing of our service users.
Our aim is to help vulnerable people overcome drug and alcohol dependence, find decent homes and lead lives that have meaning and purpose.
The Blue Door Project is a social care organisation supporting adults with learning disabilities. We aim to make the lives of people with learning disabilities and their families better.
Free courses in Raja Yoga Meditation, Positive Thinking, Self Esteem which explore ways of experiencing peace of mind and a positive approach to life. Opening times: Weekdays 10.00am-8.00pm and weekends 2.30pm-6.00pm Please ring/email before coming. Otherwise by appointment.
Care4Calais in LCR
Reg’d Charity #1169048 (UK) #W626003482 (France)
Regional Lead Simon Petty
t 07984 228894 (WhatsApp)
We support any pre status asylum seeker in need but those who arrive irregularly have our focus.
Drop In Venues
All Saints Church; L6 3AB
Every Saturday (1030am to 1:30pm)
Yemeni Community Centre; L8 0XA
Evrry 1st Saturday (1030am to 1:30pm)
Registered Trussell Trust Agent;
Distributions of material direct aid;
Bike Project; long waiting list;
Signposting/advocacy; Legal/medical/well-being – sports etc/accommodation issues
This is the first Deaf Asian Club in Scotland (established in 1998) to meet the needs of Deaf BME people. It meets every Saturday in Deaf Connections between 1.30pm and 4.30pm. The Deaf Asian Club has a range of activities, which include access to information, events, discussion, raising self-esteem, culture, religion and trips. Deaf Asian Women’s group meet once a month on a Sunday in Deaf Connections. 11.30am to 1.30pm. The club is open to all Deaf BME.
We provide information, advice and support to people with epilepsy, their families, friends and carers. We have a Befriending Service, a Schools Project, run various sessions on Epilepsy Awareness, Memory, Confidence Building and First Aid as well as regular social groups for adults and events for children. We also provide training in Epilepsy Awareness and Rescue Medication to those with a personal or professional interest in epilepsy. Our Fieldwork Service also provides bilingual and culturally sensitive information and support to people affected by epilepsy within ethnic minority communities.
A family led organisation, working across Central Scotland with families with a relative with a disability. We believe everyone is entitled to a good life. We build Circles of Support. Circles meet regularly to build friendships, plan for the future and to support families. Circles are facilitated by a Community Connector whose role is to get to know the individual, support them to think about hopes and dreams and to bring people together to form the Circle. We believe everybody should have the right to: make decisions, have a home , financial security, make future plans, loving relationships. We’ve found that planning for the future changes lives today. We hold workshops on Wills and Trusts, Financial Planning, Powers of Attorney and Guardianship, and Housing Options.
Production of leaflets and factsheets for the public explaining their health rights within the NHS in Scotland. Translation into several languages according to need.
A range of resources to do with obtaining and paying for healthcare, from Positive Action in Housing.
Ishara supports deaf minority ethnic (ME) people in Scotland. Ishara Support to Service Users: Information and Advice; Communication guidance for carers, communities and agencies; Cultural support. Ishara also supports agencies to support deaf ME people through capacity building training, community engagement opportunities and developing accessible resources about key issues and services.
Opening times: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Textphone 180020141 420 2171
Mobile SMS only - 07749 311524
Who funds your work? Scottish Government Equality Unit
Community development centre set up by local people for local people to help improve the quality of our life and our community. Drop-in and appointment based advice & support service on issues relating to asylum & refugee issues, welfare benefits, debt, housing, utility providers, employment, & education;
Activity & Events programme: Women’s Group, Community Film-making group, Community Garden Project, Summer Hillwalking programme, ESOL Classes, Computer Classes, Community Events, Newsletter, Credit Union Service, Community Computer & office services, Meeting space
Provide a lead role in the West Integration Network; Contribute to the Violence Against Women Implementation Group; Contribute to the West & Central Voluntary Sector Network
Our primary service is assisting immigration detainees who need medical reports or have medical issues in detention. Services include independent medical advice and assessment and provision of medico-legal reports for immigration detainees.
Medical Justice offers independent medical advice and assessments to people held in immigration detention.
Minority Ethnic Health Inclusion Service (MEHIS)
The MEHIS aims to improve the health and wellbeing of BME, Refugee and Asylum Seeker communitiesby adressing health inequalities and promoting race equality in health service planning and provision. Services include a Link worker and an Advocacy service.
Helping adults and children who has Downs Syndrom from all communities
Work towards the promotion of healthier eating and living. Practical and sustainable food-related projects, like cookery courses, the sale of affordable fresh fruits and vegetables in 10 community venues. Support to individuals’ production. Twitter NGCFI: @NGCFI - Twitter Royston: @NGCFI_Royston
Services to people suffering in any way due to pregnancy or childbirth: Long-term counselling; Fast-track counselling (only for people with immediate concerns); Provision of free baby clothes and equipment (Referral from a trusted agency required for initial access). Opening hours: 9.30am-3.30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
National third sector organisation with strategic role in improving the health & wellbeing of diverse BME Communities, through shaping local service response, and national priorities. Provision of ulturally competent and sensitive preventative clinical services; community based research with third sector expertise, equality training focusing on access barriers
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