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The Rights Guide for Rough Sleepers outlines your rights around arrest, stop and search, answering police questions, move-ons, no-drinking zones, sleeping rough, taking a pee in public and highway obstruction. It was put together by the Pavement, Housing Justice, Liberty and Zacchaeus 2000.

If your benefits have been sanctioned (cut off or reduced) and you feel this is unfair, you can appeal. Print this letter and hand it in at the office where you sign on. If you feel you need more advice about sanctions, contact   Zacchaeus 2000 or your nearest Citizen’s Advice Bureau. And let us know contact@thepavement.org.uk at the Pavement!

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Glasgow City Mission

20 Crimea Street, Glasgow

G2 8PW

Phone: 0141 221 2630

Monday-Friday: 10am-10pm
Saturday: 4pm-8pm
Monday-Friday: 7:30pm-10pm drop-in

One-to-one help and advice for everyone. Call to arrange one-to-one support. Drop-in from 7:30pm - 10pm. Multiple activities and services: check website for the full Guide to Services: https://bit.ly/2IiYgQd

Mental health, Accommodation/housing advice, Alcohol workers, Art classes, Barber, Bathroom/showers, Careers advice, Counselling, Drugs workers, Education/training, Food (free), Foot care, Internet access, Leisure facilities, Music/drama, Outreach worker links, Outreach workers, Tenancy support, Step-free, Ex-forces, Ex-offenders, Food, Medical/health

Hunter Street Homeless Health Service

55 Hunter Street, Glasgow

G4 0UP

Phone: 0141 553 2801

Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm (closed 12.30–13.30; GP/nursing team from 13.30)

The Centre is located in the Gallowgate area near Glasgow city centre, and brings together many of Glasgow’s homeless health and social care services under one roof, alongside a dedicated GP service for homeless people. Outreach services also deliver care and treatment in 62 clinics in various locations such as the city's hostels and voluntary organisations.

Mental health, Alcohol workers, Drugs workers, Foot care, Medical/health, Sexual health, Step-free

Lodging House Mission

35 East Campbell St, Glasgow

G1 5DT

Phone: 0141 552 0285

Monday-Friday: 8am-3pm (drop-in)
Tuesday: 1:30pm-2:15pm Church Service
Wednesday & Thursday: 11:30am-12pm Prayers
Thursday: 6pm-7pm Narcotics Anonymous
Friday: 9:30pm-12am Narcotics Anonymous
Sunday: 6:30pm-9:30pm Narcotics Anonymous

Day centre with multiple activities and education services - call 0141 552 0285 for details. Free breakfast (8-10am) and lunch (12-1:30pm). Showers, foot clinic, haircuts, counselling, pool, table tennis, board games. IT suite (10am-12noon, 1:30-3pm). Free phone facilities 9:30-11:30am, 1:30-3pm).

Accommodation/housing advice, Advocacy, Barber, Benefits advice, Bathroom/showers, Careers advice, Clothing store, Counselling, Dentist, Education/training, Food (free), Food, Foot care, Internet access, Luggage storage, Music/drama, Sexual health, Tenancy support, Ex-offenders

Substance Misuse Centre (Spittal Street)

22-24 Spittal Street, Edinburgh

EH3 9DU

Phone: 0131 537 8300

Monday-Friday: 9am-4:30pm (drop-in)
Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 12:30pm-4:30pm (clinic & needle exchange)
Thursday: 10:30am-4:30pm (clinic & needle exchange)
Tuesday: 9am-3:30pm (dentist)
Tuesday: 1pm-4pm (drop-in / methadone info)
Wednesday: 12:30pm-3:30pm (clinic)
Thursday: 10:30am-1:30pm (wounds clinic)
Thursday: 2pm-4pm (womens drop-in)
Friday: 1pm-3pm (dentist)

Drug and alcohol misuse centre with a range of services, from Dental care to wound clinic. Please call for more information

Alcohol workers, Counselling, Drugs workers, Foot care, Mental health, Medical/health, Needle exchange

Turning Point Scotland (Homelessness Service)

112 Commerce Street, Tradeston, Glasgow

G5 9NT

Phone: 0800 652 3757 (9am-5pm)

Monday-Sunday: 9am-9am (needle exchange & temp accommodation)

24 hour service for homeless people in crisis because of mental health, drugs or alcohol. A 12-bed residential unit provides a safe environment to withdraw from a chaotic lifestyle. Average stay is 28–36 days.

Alcohol workers, Counselling, Drugs workers, Leisure facilities, Medical/health, Needle exchange, Step-free, Advocacy, Accommodation/housing advice, Foot care