St Peter’s Mental Health Supported Living Service will support Glasgow HSCP to respond effectively and improve outcomes for adults with severe and enduring mental health problems and complex needs which impact on their lives and ability to engage in their community.
The service will deliver outcomes for individuals in line with the Five Year Strategy for Adult Mental Health Services in Greater Glasgow and Clyde 2018-23and the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) Strategic Plan 2019-2022.
The service will provide recovery focused interventions to individuals with a range of support needs with a view to increasing the individuals’ independence to live within the community.
St Peter’s Mental Health Supported Living Service shall be delivered in a new build, tenement type building at Dowanhill Street, Glasgow.
Prospective providers will require to have appropriate care inspectorate registrations in place for Care at Home/Housing Support prior to award.
Glasgow’s Co-operative and Social Enterprise Fund is now open!
Applications from social enterprises and co-operatives are welcome to apply for support from the Fund up to 31/01/20.
Boost It is a brand new fund to help social enterprises that have been trading for up to three years to strengthen their businesses so they can successfully sustain trading. It can also help social enterprises at the start-up stage if they need an injection of capital to be able to test the idea.
You can apply for anything between £30-50K as a repayable grant.
The next Boost It deadline will be midday Monday 3 February 2020.
Shortlisted applicants will be required to attend in-person to pitch to the panel on Tuesday 17 March 2020.
The National Lottery’s are marking their 25th birthday by bringing people together and offering people and communities with great ideas the chance to receive a grant between £100 and £1,000. You can apply between now and 2pm on Friday 6 December 2019.
Find out more here - https://www.celebratenationallottery25.com/#section-1
Impact Funding Partners are delighted to be managing the Wellbeing for Longer in Glasgow Festive Fund 2019 on behalf of Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership (GHSCP).
GHSCP has made available £56,000 to local organisations, to enable them to support people who may be isolated over the festive period. The fund is available to organisations currently supporting the residents of Glasgow City. Organisations must be currently delivering a service to, or have previously worked with the intended beneficiary group(s).
Find out more here - https://www.impactfundingpartners.com/wellbeing-longer-glasgow-festive-fund