Celebrated 25 years delivering positive mental health and wellbeing support in Scotland.
Secured IIP Silver status.
Upgraded client management system to include the use of tablets.
Tendered and secured distress brief intervention contract in North Lanarkshire.
Contracted tendered and retained for Glasgow Citywide Adult contract.
Recruited additional strategic board members to enhance board skill set.
Secured IIP Young People Accreditation demonstrating a commitment to engaging young people.
Tendered and secured Renfrewshire schools contract.
Tendered and retained Glasgow schools contract.
Tendered and retained Scottish Prison Service contracts.
Implemented a transformational change programme to support a sustainable future for Lifelink.
Expanded contracted delivery to include West Dunbartonshire schools.
Opened new head office on the South side of Glasgow and implemented rebranding.
Secured IIP accreditation.
Awarded Hilton Glasgow’s Charity of the Year for the Youth Service.
Secured funding to support website and service software developments.
Secured community based youth contract to compliment school services.
Recruited additional strategic board members to enhance board skills set.
Tendered and secured Glasgow citywide contracts.
Expanded into a new market offering employee counselling services.
Introduced a holistic service model.
Launched a computerised client management system.
Developed of a 5-year business plan detailing organisational and service restructure.
Merged with Maryhill and Possil Stress Centres and rebranded as Lifelink.
Tendered and secured contracts to deliver a range of stress management services across the city of Glasgow.
Secured funding through the Big Lottery Fund to support growing service delivery.
Continued to expand our service delivery area and further develop services to encompass new client groups.
Secured a new service level agreement with NHS to establish and manage Possil Stress Centre in the North of Glasgow.
Royston Stress Centre became incorporated as a company limited by guarantee and registered as a charity.
Established in 1992 by a small group of local women in the Royston area of Glasgow who sought an alternative to prescription drugs as a means of reducing stress and tackling mental health concerns.