in Glasgow

Al-Anon Family Groups

‘…support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not.’

‘…attending meetings, reading Al-Anon literature and receiving comfort by identifying with members who understand the difficulties of being affected by someone else’s drinking.’


  • 020 7403 0888
  • Mondays at 7.45pm: The Renfield Centre, Renfield St Stephen’s Parish Church, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JP
  • Tuesdays at 8pm: The Ogilvie Centre, 25 Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RE
  • Fridays at 12.30pm: Renfield St Stephen’s Parish Church, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JP




Glasgow Woman’s Support Group (run by Citizen17 Therapy, CBT and Counselling Services)

‘General support group for women to come along and get support, encouragement and a listening ear from other group members, volunteers [‘who have…recovered from their own difficulties or who are from psychotherapy, counselling, psychology or mental health backgrounds’] and a qualified psychotherapist(s).’


  • [email protected]
  • citizen17 Rooms, Studio 1, Hope Studios, 3rd Floor, 205 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 2UP




Time Out Scotland

‘…provides help and support at weekly self-help meetings for people who have depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder.’


  • [email protected] 0141 332 2444
  • Wednesdays at 7.30pm – 9pm: Albany Centre, GCVS, 44 Ashley Street, Glasgow, G3 6DS




Time and Space

‘…support and information to people who hear voices and people who self-harm and their supporters. We believe that it is possible to find a way to manage and live with your experiences.’


  • [email protected]
  • Women’s groups: Sundays at 12pm-5pm, Mondays at 10am-3pm
  • Men’s group: Tuesdays at 10am-3pm




Speak Out Scotland

‘…for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse [who are or ‘…have attended counselling…’].’ ‘…runs fortnightly.’





Co-Dependents Anonymous (and online/by phone)

Contact page 

List of online meetings List of telephone meetings

‘…a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships.’

‘We have each experienced in our own ways the painful trauma of the emptiness of our childhood and relationships throughout our lives.’


  • Wednesdays at 6.30pm-8pm: Quaker Meeting House, 38 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow, G2 4PS

Some information about Co-Dependents Anoymous