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Greenock Floating Support Service

I am turning my life around thanks to my friends at the Salvation Army...

Greenock Floating Support Service provides housing support to adults with addiction issues who are at risk of being made homeless. Since its inception in 2008, the service has achieved 100% tenancy sustainment with the clients receiving the support. On average the service supports 25 residents within Greenock. Greenock Floating Support relocation to a new office space at the Corps (former quarters) establishes the first 'campus model' of shared ministry in the region. The shared ministry continues to grow with the SM now an active member of the Corps Council, and a number of service users regularly attending worship and making personal commitments to the Corps, starting new faith journeys of their own.

A resident's view:

“I am turning my life around thanks to my friends at the Salvation Army – I now know I am not alone to win my battle with addiction, and for this I will be eternally grateful.”

A resident's view:

"Most people would have given up on me, you haven't, and that really means a lot my life is getting better."