There are a range of services dedicated to meeting specialist mental health needs across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. For more information please click the links to individual services.
Blythswood House Learning Disability Assessment and Treatment Facility provides learning disability services for the Clyde area.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health - Deliberate Self Harm Service works with young people aged 12-17 years admitted to hospital following an act of deliberate self harm or presenting at A&E department.
COMPASS provides a full range of mental health services to asylum seekers and refugeees.Connect-Eating Disorders - a multi-disciplinary team, who aim to support and provide the most evidence based interventions for full recovery for all children and young people (up to 18 years old) who are being treated for eating disorders in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board (www.nhsggc.org.uk/scs). The team act as a resource to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, support patient carer involvement, provide and co-ordinate training, consult, deliver programmes and support and evaluate service development. ) Telephone 0141 211 3589 for more details. Children and Young People's Specialist Services have a webpage with information on Eating Disorders.
Glasgow Adult Eating Disorder Service – a community based psychological service that treats individuals 18 and over with moderate to severe eating disorders. Patients are referred to the service from their Community Mental Health Team who remain involved in their care. This service is based at: Florence Street Resource Centre, 26 Florence Street, Glasgow, G5 0YX.
Tel: 0141 232 7055, Fax: 0141 232 7003
Esteem is a service for people between the ages of 16 and 35 who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Esteem aims to make access easier, avoid hospital admission whenever possible, support the young person and their family in the community and provide education in the recognition of psychosis to all professionals who have contact with young people. Telephone 0141 630 4940 for more details.
GIPSI provides training and supervision to staff in psychosocial interventions for people with mental health problems. Ongoing training initiative SPIRIT (Structured Psychosocial Interventions In Teams) is a board-wide sponsored project which trains mental health staff in the use of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
Glasgow Addiction Services - Drug and alcohol addictions services are delivered by GAS, a partnership organisation of NHS GGC and Glasgow City Council.
Glasgow Learning Disability Partnership is a health and social care partnership delivering services to people with learning disabilities across Glasgow.
Homeless Mental Health Service provides direct access to mental health services for people experiencing homelessness. The team provides individual mental health assessment and associated diagnosis, treatment, advice, information and support and the monitoring of symptoms and side-effects of medication.
Perinatal Mental Health Service is based at Leverndale Hospital and provides services to women and families affected by severe mental illness during pregnancy and the first year after childbirth. This service includes the Mother and Baby Mental Health Unit (MBU) as well as a Community Perinatal Mental Health Team (CPMHT) that provides outpatient clinics at multiple sites around the board area and psychiatric liaison services to maternity hospitals.