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Navigator Project

An initiative run by Medics against Violence and the SVRU helping to navigate individuals attending Emergency Departments across Scotland away from chaotic lifestyles.

Where we are working

Navigator has been active in Emergency Departments since 2015 and we are now operational in 7 Scottish Emergency Departments. We work in the hospital at the weekend, normally on weekend nightshifts, and then in the surrounding communities during the week catching up with patients and supporting them with whatever they need help with. 

Sometimes that can just be some company or a coffee to help people feel less isolated and distressed but more often than not we help with housing issues, benefit claims and support people to other partners who can provide expert help to address addiction, domestic abuse, sexual assault, violence and many more of those complex social issues that often bring people to the ED.

 

Glasgow Royal Infirmary

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital

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Royal Alexandra Hospital

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Royal Infirmary Edinburgh

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Crosshouse Hospital

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University Hospital Wishaw

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Ninewells Hospital

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