If you believe you have Coronavirus (COVID-19), or have developed a continuous cough, have a fever/high temperature,  loss of smell or taste, or have come into contact in the last 14 days with someone who has, then please do NOT come into Sandyford or the Brownlee. For further information on Coronavirus please visit NHS Inform.

If you are unwell with the above symptoms and have an existing appointment at the Brownlee clinic, please contact on 0141 211 1074 for advice.


Support and Counselling

After you have been seen in Archway, support workers can provide ongoing support for you

Our medical and emotional support services are confidential. That means we will not tell anyone you have contacted or come to see us unless you want us to. And you can use any of our services without involving the police. We also offer follow-up care, including support, counselling and follow up tests and treatment.

If you are aged 13-15 or up to 18 if you have been Looked after and Accommodated, it is a legal requirement that the police are involved if you come to Archway. If you do not want this, please get in touch to discuss other ways to get the help you need

If you have not attended Archway but you need support after previous rape or sexual assault here are other contacts. You can report rape or sexual assault any time after it has happened.