Legal advice and representation on a range of issues - mental health, community care, debt, housing, homelessness, benefits and immigration. LSA’s Mental Health Legal Representation Projects, provide specialist legal advice, assistance and representation to people with mental ill health, their relatives and carers. The projects help with all aspects of Scots Civil Law including detention, applications and appeals to the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland under the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 and related issues such as homelessness, community care and child law. They can take on cases for Judicial Review and provide services in relation to family law. General advice line Thursday 11am-1pm. Mental health advice line Tuesday 11am-1pm. General drop-in legal advice surgery Wednesdays 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm. Advice and representation at eviction hearings at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Tuesdays.
|Tue||11am-1pm mental health advice line|
|Wed||11am-12.30pm, 2pm-4pm drop-in|
|Thu||11am - 1pm general advice line|
General public. The criteria they use is that the client must either have a current mental health diagnosis or have a consultant psychiatrist.
SCOTLAND, Glasgow, Inverclyde
Access to interpreters.