COPE Scotland

Working with communities to tackle inequality

COPE working with the community for the community to tackle inequality

health inequality

COPE provides a range of services to individuals and groups based on a community development and regeneration approach.

The skills of the COPE team are used to empowering people individually and collectively to make positive changes to their lives; the lives of their families and local communities.

COPE will continue to explore new ways to help the communities it supports in West Glasgow, through improvements in services aimed at prevention of ill health, promotion of self management and promoting health & wellbeing and working with others to challenge inequalities.

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News from COPE

Saturday November 26
But can largely be understood as people who access support and services, unpaid carers, and…
Saturday November 26
As a public service and exemplary employer, NHS Scotland should take the lead with healthy…
Saturday November 26
You may be aware that a brief report was submitted at the last meeting of…
Saturday November 26
We'll be joined by Louise Welsh, Zoe Strachan, Allan Radcliffe and Ryan Vance for some…
Saturday November 26
 Organisationsworldwide are asked to raise awareness and campaign to end all forms of violence against…
Saturday November 05
Penny Curtis, Head of Mental Health and Protection of Rights Division, Scottish Government then gave…
Saturday November 05
Monday 14th November 10am-noon Co production workshop on how to see the world differently COPE…
Saturday November 05
Yet social care has a track record of transforming services, such as delivering personal budgets,…
Saturday November 05
The pressure of who to invite for Christmas or who to visit for Christmas and…

Enabling People to

overcome or manage the challenges of life

Videos from COPE

  • Evaluation Mindfulness

    Of Mindfulness
    user experiences.

  • Self management

    our work in
    the community

    COPE self management
  • Health equity:

    Streets are their ward

    health inequality
  • Massage

    Indian Head Message
    ayurvedic system
    of healing.

    Indian Head Message
  • Living with Inequality

    A survey
    on what it is like
    to be poor

    Liiving with inequaltiy

Contact Details

20 Drumchapel Road G15 6QE

Phone numbers

0141 944 5490/fax 944 5492

Opening Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
9am - 5.30pm,
Tuesday 9am - 5.00pm,
Friday 9am - 2.30pm

Emergency Contacts

NHS 24

NHS 24 Website:
{08454 242424}.


Samaritan's Website:
{116 123}

Breathing Space

Breathing Space's Website:
{0800 83 85 87}