Hopeman Avenue Service

Service Type:
Care home
Locations covered:
Glasgow South
0141 638 2068
Mental Health, Challenging behaviour

The Hopeman Avenue Service provides support to clients in a communal living environment.

We are registered with the Care Inspectorate as a 24 hour registered care home providing support to adults primarily with a mental health diagnosis.

The Hopeman Avenue service provides accommodation within a newly built one level building, comprising of eight individual bedrooms, with on-suit bathrooms.

The accommodation has a large shared kitchen. There is also a separate utility room. We also have a large smoking lounge at one end of the building and a non-smoking lounge at the other end of the building both have a large TV and DVD facilities as well as a HIFI for all individuals to share.

The non-smoking lounge also has a large pool table and dart board for all residents to use. We also have an assisted bathroom and a toilet that is for visitors and individuals to access in the hall. The service also has a very large sensory garden to the rear of the building which houses a water feature, large wooden benches as well as tables and loungers for the summer months. Smoking facilities are also available in the designated areas in the garden. The service also has a sleep over room to ensure that there is support available to individuals needs on a 24-hour basis.

The local area has many community facilities to offer and staff will endeavour to promote inclusion opportunities. We have links with a variety of different groups and can assist you to access employment, training or leisure activities in and around the greater Pollock area. Most of these services are free or cost very little to take part in and social work are very involved in these services and they are a great way of meeting new people and getting out and about Arden and other parts of Glasgow.

The team is made up of a team manager, senior support worker and support practitioners.  An identified key worker will be responsible for identifying; coordinating and reviewing the support package, ensuring people are always kept involved.