The Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness is seeking input to help shape its strategy


The new alliance formed to end homelessness in Glasgow is seeking to hear from stakeholders in the city as it prepares to develop its strategy.

While the Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness supports commissioned homeless services across Glasgow, it said this plan will determine its approach, direction and priorities over the next three years.

The Alliance wants to hear from people living and working across Glasgow on what they think the priorities for the new strategy should be.

He is open to hearing views and new ideas from anyone with an interest in ending homelessness, but in particular:

  • People living and working in Glasgow
  • People with personal experience of homelessness
  • People working on the frontline of homeless services
  • Statutory and Third Sector Services
  • Organizations, services and community groups working in the areas of primary and secondary care, health, mental health, addictions, recovery, community justice, emergency services, etc.

To support this, a series of events and engagement activities are planned to gather views. The Alliance also conducts an online survey and offers engagement packs to allow people to organize discussions with their own groups or teams.

The Alliance’s website reads: “The Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness is a radical and new approach; he recognizes that “more of the same will not be enough”, and we can try things differently. Getting involved in shaping our new strategy is an opportunity to directly influence the transformation and delivery of homeless services, and help end homelessness in Glasgow.

More information about the series of engagement events and activities can be found below:

ALLIANCE EXCHANGE: Shaping the Strategy

People working for a service, organization or community group providing support to people in Glasgow, or who have an interest in ending homelessness are invited to one of the Alliance exCHANGE events to share their views on The strategy.

  • Face-to-face: Thursday, September 22, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. More info here
  • Online: Tuesday, September 27, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. More info here

Frontline Forum: Shaping the Strategy

People working on the front lines of homelessness services can participate in the Front Line Forum session. The Alliance wants to know how it can support the frontline workforce over the next few years and where it can impact positive service transformation.

  • Online: Wednesday, September 28, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. More info here
  • Face-to-face: Wednesday October 5, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. More info here

The Alliance’s new director, Jack Rillie, will be the next guest on the Scottish Housing News podcast. The new episode will be released on Monday.

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