Stories of Support: The Blankfaces

Our Stories of Support series exists to call attention to people, organisations and communities in our sector. We want it to be a way to increase the chances of people hearing about this stuff. The Blankfaces does kind of the same thing. They take stories from people who are used to not being listened to […]

Launching Glasgow

Street Support Glasgow launched on January 21st!  Simon Community Scotland have loved working alongside Street Support Network to coordinate the rollout of Street Support Glasgow, which is such a simple yet vital tool for the city of Glasgow. There has been a real excitement about launching Street Support in Glasgow when introducing it to partner […]

The Access Hub celebrates one year of impact!

The Access Hub on Argyle Street has recently celebrated one year of impact. Opened on 30th September 2020 by Simon Community Scotland, the Hub has since provided over 24,000 face-to-face supports to around 3,000 individuals! The multi-agency advice and support hub for people who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness has been imagined to […]

Simon Community Scotland’s Period Friendly Project

Simon Community Scotland’s Period Friendly Project provides free period products to anyone who menstruates and is experiencing homelessness in Glasgow, Edinburgh and the surrounding areas. The Period Friendly Project aims to give people a ‘period of dignity’ providing sanitary products at a Period Friendly Point – safe clean toilets with access to warm water. Provision […]