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COPE Scotland
The voices of lived experience

COPE SCOTLAND - A dynamic organisation led by the voices of the lived experience of mental, emotional, distress and health inequalities.

We offer direct services in West Glasgow. Through our website, we share widely our hints and tips for self-help, self-management and wellbeing. Working with partners across Scotland, the UK and beyond, we seek to find new ways to promote wellness, mitigate the impact of inequality and build resilience to the challenges of life.

Co-design and production are core to our ethos and our driving purpose is to be kind.

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." ― Margaret Mead

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Working with individuals and communities in a spirit of mutual respect

A dynamic organisation led by people with lived experience of mental distress and health inequalities.

“Hilda Campbell shares the inspirations and experiences of her improvement journey.”

MY IMPROVEMENT JOURNEY: HILDA CAMPBELL

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When did COPE begin?

We began in 1991 as an Urban Aid funded project called the Drumchapel Mental Health Consumer Enablement project.

We asked local volunteers to help us ask people what they wanted us to do to achieve the above, we asked everyone you could think of. The results of that were twofold:

  • Create community based mental health support services
  • Challenge the stigma around mental ill health

Listening to the voices of lived experience and seeking solutions together; including how to invest resources, has been core to our practice ever since.

Why do people use COPE?
Who Funds COPE?
How and when do COPE offer services?

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Are there any charges?

The services we offer at 20 Drumchapel Rd and Yoker Resource centre are free, we do not ask for fees nor do we ask for suggested donations.

Which areas do you cover?
What skills and qualifications do people offering services have?
Are there volunteering or student placement opportunities?

Useful/Emergency Contacts

  • Silverline 0800 4 70 80 90
  • Childeline 0800 1111
  • ParentLine 08000 28 22 33
  • Samaritans 116 123
  • Breathing Space 0800 83 85 87
  • NHS 111
  • Gamblers anonymous 0370 050 8881
  • Narcotics anonymous 0300 999 1212
  • Alcoholics anonymous 0800 9177 6506
  • CALM 0800 58 58 58
© Copyright COPE Scotland 2017. Design & Development by Letchim
Head Office: 20 Drumchapel Road G15 6QE
Charity Reg #SC022807
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