Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness launched the first phase of their website in early August, but there’s still work to be done.
Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness wants to strengthen the Get Help section of their website so people at risk of, or experiencing homelessness, and people who support them can access signposting and support to other services. It’s vital that the Get Help section has value and works for people.
You’re invited to our digital workshop to explore what people would like to see from the Get Help section, how we can ensure that information is as accessible as possible, and shape how the Get Help section will function.
This workshop will be led by ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland), a Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland programme, co-produced by people and professionals in Scotland’s communities, and funded by the Scottish Government.
ALISS is a free national digital service for Scotland. ALISS helps people find and share information about groups, services, and activities that help them live well. This includes support and services relating to homelessness but also wider community support.
There are two workshops; one aimed at people and one aimed at service providers, which will be delivered via Zoom. If you need support or have accessibility requirements to take part in the session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 14th September
Workshop 1 (People): 9.30am – 12pm
Workshop 2 (Service Providers): 2pm – 4.30pm
This is a digital session, but if you would still like to take part but would prefer to do so face-to-face, then please contact email@example.com and we can look at arranging an additional session.
Please register for the event on Eventbrite (this link will take you away from our website)
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