Positive Action in Housing (PAIH) is running it’s annual Winter Surgery on Wednesday 18th December 2013 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at 98 West George Street, Glasgow G2 1PJ.
Last year, PAIH provided support to 128 people in one day. It will be helping everyone in need, and particularly those who are vulnerable due to age, gender or physical/mental health problems. Hot food and drinks will be provided on the day.
PAIH are offering emergency crisis payments, access to temporary shelter, food packs, bus passes, survival packs, sleeping bags, warm clothing, destitution information packs and practical advice. It will also provide on-going support throughout 2014 to help individuals achieve a safe home and resolve their asylum status.
This Winter Surgery will assist vulnerable destitute people (and their dependents) over Christmas and New Year. PAIH will also continue support for the most vulnerable to assist them to resolve their destitution crisis.
Everything offered is being donated by the people of Scotland, as well as social housing providers, voluntary organisations, trade unions, universities, schools, faith groups and many, many others.
For more information about the Winter Surgery, and how to , visit the PAIH website here.