Service user involvement

GCA Service User Involvement gives individuals who have used GCA’s services, an opportunity to get involved with the service. Service users can share their experience, knowledge and skills to shape and inform the development and direction of future services.

Service Users can get involved in many ways from attending peer support groups or come along to our Feel Good Friday Sessions.

Additional Information

What is a Service User?

A Service User is anyone who uses, or has used*, any of the services at Glasgow Council on Alcohol. *within the last 5 years

What do the Service Users do?

Service Users at GCA are involved in many ways. Service Users offer a Peer Support group and Drop In sessions, they also volunteer for our various services. Service Users also make up a large section of the SUSG – Service Users Steering Group who provide a link between service user issues and the GCA board.

What can I offer, and how do I join?

Glasgow Council on Alcohol are keen for service users to “give back” and part with their knowledge of our services. You can get in touch and get involved by emailing us or giving us a call on 0141 353 1800.

What do I do next?

You can contact us on 0141 353 1800 or email us or using our contact form.

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Glasgow Council on Alcohol
14 North Claremont Street
G3 7LE
Tel 0141 353 1800

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