Advice and support
RSVP – Rough Sleeping & Vulnerable People
Rough Sleeping & Vulnerable People (RSVP, previously called “Glasgow Street Service” and also known as the “Street Team”) is a street outreach team which works with people aged 16 and over. RSVP provides advice and support to access accommodation and other services such as medical, addiction and mental health services. They offer practical help and emotional support to those sleeping rough, at risk of sleeping rough or becoming homeless and those having difficulties accessing other services.
Where can you find RSVP?
- City centre streets
- Soup kitchens
- Day centres
- Red light areas (male and female)
- Bus stations
- Train stations
- Through other services such as the Hamish Allan Centre
You can contact RSVP by calling 0800 027 7466. This is a free phone number – it will not cost you anything to call from a land line, but you probably will be charged by your mobile phone service provider if you call from your mobile phone. The free phone number is available 24 hours a day, every day. It can be used for Street Outreach and Crisis Response. RSVP also provide a drop-in advice and information service:
72 London Road
Telephone: 0141 552 4164