The Glasgow East Alcohol Awareness Project “GEAAP” has been offering a service to the East of Glasgow since 1991. GEAAP’s aim is to reduce the harm associated with the use and misuse of alcohol.
To help them achieve this aim they offer FREE services to anyone concerned about their own or another’s alcohol use. You can get in touch with us here on our site to learn more about how we could help you. Our services are entirely confidential, we don’t share your information with anyone else.
To help us achieve our aim we offer a range of Free services to the residents of East Glasgow which are delivered by both paid staff and volunteers. The core values of all our staff and volunteers remain the same, these are.
To always work in the best interest of the service user, with all staff & volunteers being appropriately trained and qualified, with all our services being regularly reviewed and evaluated to ensure best quality of service and the highest standards of client care.
Our services are open to all with staff & volunteers always respecting the dignity, worth & uniqueness of all our service users. If you’re thinking of giving up alcohol and want to enquire about how we can help, then get in touch with us.
We want to help those struggling with giving up alcohol to improve their lives and our local community. We help with awareness and prevention for young people too, get in touch if you want us to speak at your school.
Meet the GEAAP team here. We’re here to help you on your journey giving up alcohol to make this as pain and stress free as possible.
Stewart McKay Manager
Walter Brown Peer Mentoring
Denise McKay Administration
Jean Nicoletti Finance
Carol Clark Prevention & Education
Kelli Hamilton Prevention & Education
Sue McInnes Counsellor
Sharon Mullen Counsellor