Glasgow Jewish Representative Council
|Main Line||0141 577 8200|
|Alternative||07377 992 918|
|Main Email||[email protected]|
If you have difficulty accessing food or have other domestic and social needs, including concerns on behalf of family members, here are some other contacts who might be able to help:
Jewish Care Scotland 07552468580 (Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm)
Jewish Care Scotland can be contacted by phone 0141 620 1800 and e-mail [email protected]. During normal working hours Jewish Care Scotland’s professional team will provide advice, information, and support. Out-of-hours, from 5pm to 9pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am to 3pm Friday, a team of volunteers is answering the phone, and can offer information, signpost callers to appropriate services, and refer on to Jewish Care Scotland staff.
Chai Cancer Care
Chai Cancer Care is the Jewish community’s dedicated cancer support organisation, enabling patients, family and friends to manage the impact of a cancer diagnosis. We provide expert physical, emotional and practical support delivered with care and sensitivity and in complete confidence. We operate from 11 centres across the UK, including Glasgow.
Chai provides an extensive range of specialised support services including counselling, complementary therapies, dietary advice and groups via zoom.
Our contact numbers are: Glasgow: 0141 638 2483 Helpline number: 0808 808 4567
Cosgrove are working with Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire to provide the services of volunteers and signpost those in need of support. Staff are along with over 100 volunteers are able to provide assistance with shopping; collecting prescriptions; local delivery of meal donated by a local restaurant; provision of food parcels to those in need; as well as isolation packs and online activities as required.
As a registered Service Provider with a number of local Councils, Cosgrove are able to provide practical support in the home, via their Care at Home Service and welfare checks for those who do not have local family
Jewish Helpline – 0800 652 9249. If you’re feeling alone, anxious, depressed, suicidal – or simply in need someone to talk to. Male, female, religious or not, Jewish Helpline are there for the whole community.
JAMI (Specialist provider of mental health services in the Jewish Community) – 020 8458 2223
SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) – 0141 530 1000 (Mon-Fri, (9am-5pm)
Domestic Abuse Helpline (0808 801 500)
Jewish Women’s Aid
Sexual Violence Support (0808 801 0656)