COPEScotland Latest News

Whit’s happening April issue 2021!

rainbow-5151724_640

We hope people are enjoying the 'Whit's Happening' magazines. We are delighted again this issue to have many others who want to offer feature pieces and already interest in pieces for next month! 

This is super as we want to offer space to share what is happening to help improve connections. 

COVID_19 has caused upheavals and distress in so many ways, if we can maintain and build our connections, we may at least not feel as alone with all that is happening, as really, there is often so much more going on than we realise. 

So, if you fancy, relax and have a wee cuppa and a read of this month's edition, we hope you enjoy it and feel free to share.


This month our features include:

  • VHS report launch 'Vaccine Inclusion-Reducing inequalities one vaccine at a time page 5
  • The Drumchapel Mental Health Consumer Enablement Project 30 years on page 6
  • Unpaid Carers toolkit page 20
  • Recognising our rich tapestry, measuring the contribution of third sector organisations to tackling health inequalities page 28
  • Support for families affected by Gambling Related Suicide page 36.
  • Rehab Guide page 46.
  • Gambling Watch Scotland page 49
  • Helping you understand Neuro diversity page 54.
  • Reflections on the Community Links Workers Programme page 66.
  • Green space Scotland, using our outdoor spaces more page 82.
  • Growchapel Newsletter page 101
  • Marie Curie in your community page 109
  • 3D Drumchapel 118
  • And many more pieces featured throughout the magazine.

Some of the information included is running landscape instead of portrait, we are sorry about this, however, we didn't want to leave it out and this was the only way we could fit it in. On the contents page, there are instructions how to rotate a page which we hope is useful. 

Or if you email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. we can email you the document as a standalone.

Each month I often share how none of us alone can do it all and that working together we can do more. If you have time, you may find. ''The Drumchapel Mental Health Consumer Enablement Project 30 years'' feature on page 6 interesting. 30 years ago, on 1st April the author of this piece took up post, this wee piece shares some of that story, enjoy, and again, thank you to everyone who made what has been achieved in the past 30 years possible.

Take care of yourselves as you do matter and let's dream and make plans for  building a better future for everyone, as it is amazing what we can achieve when we work together.
The "Coorie" The Scottish Way to Wellbeing with a ...
Being cheery matters
 

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 2020. Design & Development by Letchim
Registered office:Units Clyde Offices 2nd Floor 48 West George Street Glasgow G2 1BP
Charity Reg #SC022807
Company No SC424893
Terms and Conditions