When young people are affected by homelessness (PDF) Working with the North East Glasgow Health Improvement Team and GHN, 20 young people living in emergency and settled supported accommodation have helped develop a resource for staff working in schools and youth services to help tackle the subject with the young people they work with. The resource … Continued


Pitstops is a large-scale partnership project between ng homes (North Glasgow Housing Association) and School of Hard Knocks (social inclusion charity). The project combines ng homes’ focus on regeneration and vision of making north Glasgow a great place to live, learn, work and invest in, with School of Hard Knocks’ well-established delivery methodology of using … Continued

Homelessness in Glasgow (June 2016) (PDF) A working group was formed with people from a broad range of backgrounds and perspectives including: people with experience of homelessness, people working on the front line of homelessness services, homelessness service managers, homelessness service commissioners, community development staff and more. We designed a survey that was shared widely across … Continued

To date, over 1800 organisations and individuals have become part of the network, both as Networkers and Subscribers. As the network continues to grow, we invite you to get involved in any or all of the following ways. Come along to one of our locally facilitated events. We host local shared solutions workshops in areas across … Continued


Staff from GHN were delighted to attend the Crisis UK Policy Conference in London entitled Innovation and Devolution: Doing things differently to end homelessness. The conference provided the opportunity to collectively consider the common homelessness problems that exist across the different UK nations and learn more about the different approaches taken in each to affect … Continued

Is Scotland Fair Enough? (PDF) Our national participation network SHIEN facilitated a survey called “Is Scotland Fair Enough?” to understand the experiences of people facing hardship, exclusion and inequality. We wanted to feed these important views into the Scottish Government’s national discussion on a fairer Scotland which will inform Scotland’s new Social Justice Action Plan. We … Continued

Health in Mind have a telephone counselling service to support male survivors of childhood sexual abuse in Scotland: Trauma Counselling Line Scotland is a free and fully confidential service funded by SurvivorScotland. It is intended to help male survivors of such abuse to move on with their lives. The telephone line is staffed by qualified, experienced … Continued

SAAFA The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SAAFA) provide help and support to anyone who is – or has been – in the Armed Forces. They provide free and confidential assistance and advice on housing, homelessness and other issues, as well as many support groups. You can find out more information on the SAAFA … Continued

  A Quick Guide to Welfare Benefits and Welfare Reforms (PDF) This Quick Guide is brought to you by Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS) and Glasgow Homelessness Network (GHN). In recent years the welfare benefit system has changed, or been reformed, quite significantly and these changes look set to continue. It can be difficult for citizens affected … Continued

The Homeless Information Pages (HIP) project was run by Glasgow Homelessness Network. The HIP Project was set up in 2002 to address the lack of accurate and accessible information for homeless people in Glasgow. The original version of this website was produced to fill that gap. What soon became clear was that the barriers of … Continued