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Mental Health Teams across Glasgow & Clyde

In the mental health services you may be invited to meet with people in a variety of different settings or teams. Services are organised to be able to provide varying levels of intensity of intervention depending on how severe or complex your condition may be.

Here are some of the teams you may be invited to attend, what do they do and which ones are in your area: 

Primary Care Mental Health Teams (PCMHT)

PCMHTs work with people who may be experiencing common mental health problems such as mild to moderate depression, anxiety or phobias. PCMHTs are usually staffed by mental health nurses, mental health practitioners and psychologists, and have strong links with GP surgeries. These teams usually provide psychological therapies, and work with people for up to a few months.

Access into a PCMHT can be through your GP or you could refer yourself.

East Dunbartonshire PCMHT
10 Saramago Street
G66 3BF
Tel: 0141 232 8203
East Renfrewshire (Bridges) PCMHT
Eastwood Health and Care Centre
G76 7HN
Tel: 0141 451 0590 (general enquiries only)
Glasgow North East PCMHT
81 Salamanca Street
G31 5ES 
Tel: 0141 211 8450 
Glasgow North West PCMHT
12 Sandy Road
G11 6HE
Tel: 0141 232 9270
Glasgow South (Wellbeing) PCMHT
26 Florence Street
G5 0YX 
Tel: 0141 232 2555
Inverclyde (PCL) PCMHT
Crown House
30 King Street
PA15 1NL
Tel: 01475 558 000
Renfrewshire (Doing Well) PCMHT
12 Seedhill Road
PA1 1JS
Tel: 0141 849 2208
West Dunbartonshire PCMHT
Main Street
G83 0UA
Tel: 01389 828203

 

Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT)

CMHTs (also sometimes named resource centres) work with individuals experiencing mental health problems such as bipolar disorder, depression, severe anxiety or psychosis. CMHTs are staffed by mental health nurses, occupational therapists, psychiatrists and psychologists. These teams provide a variety of interventions, care and treatments, and can work with you as required to meet your needs. 

Access into a CMHT comes by referral from your GP or Social Services.

East Renfrewshire Adult CMHT
Eastwood Health and Care Centre
Drumby Crescent
G76 7HN
Larkfield Centre (East Dunbartonshire)
10 Saramago Street
G66 3BF
Arran Resource Centre (Glasgow North East)
121 Orr Street 
G40 2QP 
Auchinlea House (Glasgow North East)
11 Auchinlea Road 
G34 9QA 
Springpark Resource Centre (Glasgow North East)
101 Denmark Street 
G22 5EU
Arndale Resource Centre (Glasgow North West)
80-90 Kinfauns Drive 
G15 7TS 
Riverside Resource Centre (Glasgow North West)
547 Dumbarton Road 
G11 6HE 
Shawpark Resource Centre (Glasgow North West)
Maryhill Health and Care Centre
51 Galbraid avenue
G20 8FB
Brand Street Resource Centre (Glasgow South)
Festival Business Centre 
G51 1DH 
Florence Street Resource Centre (Glasgow South)
26 Florence Street 
G5 0YX 
Rossdale Resource Centre (Glasgow South)
12 Haughburn Road
G53 6AB
Stewart Centre (Glasgow South)
5 Ardencraig Road 
G45 0EQ
Inverclyde Adult CMHT
Crown House
30 King Street
PA15 1NL
Paisley CMHT (Renfrewshire)
49 Neilston Road 
PA2 6LY 
West Renfrewshire CMHT (Renfrewshire)
12 Seedhill Road
PA1 1JS
Goldenhill Resource Centre (West Dunbartonshire)
199 Dumbarton Road 
G81 4XJ 
Riverview Resource Centre (West Dunbartonshire)
Dumbarton Joint Hospital 
G82 5JA 

 

Older Adult Mental Health Teams (OAMHT)

OAMHTs work with people who experience a range of mental health problems that are, by and large, associated with the later years in life such as dementia or depression that results from experiencing other problems such as loss (although in reality these problems can affect people throughout their lifespan). OAMHTs are largely staffed by mental health nurses, dementia care co-ordinators, psychiatrists, psychologists and occupational therapists.

Access to an OAMHT is by referral from your GP or a psychiatrist.

Woodlands Resource Centre (East Dunbartonshire)
15-17 Waterloo Close
G66
East Renfrewshire OAMHT
Eastwood Health and Care Centre
Drumby Crescent
G76 7HN
Belmont Centre (Glasgow North East)
300 Balgrayhill Road 
G21 3UR 
Parkview Resource Centre (Glasgow North East)
152 Wellshot Road 
G32 7AX
Shawpark Resource Centre (Glasgow North West)
Kelvindale Road
G20 8JU
Glenkirk Resource Centre (Glasgow North East)
129 Drumchapel Road
G15 6PX
Shawmill Resource Centre (Glasgow South)
Pollokshaws Clinic
G43 1RR
Elderpark Clinic (Glasgow South)
20 Arklet Road
G51 3XR
Inverclyde OAMHT
Crown House
30 King Street
PA15 1NL
Renfrewshire OAMHT
Renfrewshire Older Adults Team
12 Seedhill Road
PA1 1JS
Cairnmhor Resource Centre (West Dunbartonshire)
Cardross Road
G82 5JA
Goldenhill OAMHT (West Dunbartonshire)
199 Dumbarton Road 
G81 4XJ

 

Alcohol and Drugs Recovery Services

Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services work with people who are experiencing problems related to their alcohol and/or drug use. These specialist services aim to help people reduce the harm of their experiences and to control their alcohol and/or drug use, and they also understand the kind of difficulties that often go hand in hand with an alcohol or drug problem. They offer a range of health and social care services including practical support, advice and care and treatment. The services you will be offered will be tailored to your particular needs and goals and may include: information and harm reduction advice; detoxification programmes and medication to assist with alcohol or drug dependency; mental health assessment and intervention; physical health assessment; psychological therapies; recovery-focused services; and access, where appropriate, to residential services. Staff working in the Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services includes nurses, social care workers, doctors, psychologists and occupational therapists.

You can access Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services by referring yourself directly or by being referred by your GP.

East Dunbartonshire Alcohol & Drugs Service
Kirkintilloch Health and Care Centre
10 Saramago Street
Kirkintilloch, G66 3BQ
Tel: 0141 232 8211
East Renfrewshire Addiction Team
St Andrews House
113 Cross Arthurlie Street
Barrhead, G78 1EE
Tel: 0141 577 4685
Glasgow North East Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
The Newlands Centre
871 Springfield Road
Parkhead, G31 4HZ
Tel: 0141 565 0200
Glasgow North East Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
Westwood House
1250 Westerhouse Road
Easterhouse, G34 9EA
Tel: 0141 276 3420
Glasgow North West Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
7 Closeburn Street
Possil, G22 5JZ
Tel: 0141 276 4580
Glasgow North West Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
7-19 Hecla Square
Drumchapel, G15 8NH
Tel: 0141 276 4330
Glasgow North West Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
Possilpark Health & Care Centre
99 Saracen Street
Possil, G22 5AP
Tel: 0141 800 0670
Glasgow South Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
Twomax Building
187 Old Rutherglen road
Gorbals, G5 0RE
Tel: 0141 420 8100
Glasgow South Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
Pavilion One, Rowan Business Park
5 Ardlaw Street
Govan, G51 3RR
Tel: 0141 276 8740
Glasgow South Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
130 Langton Road
Greater Pollok, G53 5DP
Tel: 0141 276 3010
Glasgow South Drug & Alcohol Recovery Services
10 Ardencraig Place
Castlemilk, G45 9US
Tel: 0141 287 6188
Inverclyde Integrated Alcohol Service
Wellpark Centre
30 Regent Street
Greenock, PA15 4PB
Tel: 01475 715 353
Inverclyde Integrated Drug Service
Cathcart Centre
128 Cathcart Street
Greenock, PA15 1BQ
Tel: 01475 499 000
Renfrewshire Integrated Alcohol and Drug teams
Back Sneddon Centre
20 Back Sneddon Street
Paisley
PA3 2DJ
Tel: 0300 300 1380
West Dunbartonshire Community Addiction Team (Clydebank)
120 Dumbarton Road
Clydebank, G81 1UG
Tel: 0141 562 2311
West Dunbartonshire Community Addiction Team (Dumbarton)
Dumbarton joint Hospital
Cardross Road
Dumbarton
Tel: 01389 812 018

Specialist services

There are a range of services that provide care for specialised presentations, these include psychotherapy, forensic services, trauma services, child & adolescent mental health services, and eating disorders service. Most of these services require a specialist assessment before a referral can take place.

Inpatient services

For some people, admission to hospital will aid their recovery. In this case, hospital staff will work closely with you, your family and community services to ensure that your stay in hospital is as beneficial and as short as possible. The majority of people will not need hospital admission.