Rebuilding Lives, Impacting Communities.

Scottish Christian Alliance’s aim is to support and help people facing the challenges of homelessness and resettlement. We do this by providing high quality care and support services to enable them to realise their potential and make positive life choices.

We currently operate two projects: The ARCH Resettlement Centre and The Gilven Project.

Success rates for these projects are high and we continue to look for new ways to grow and expand these projects, to continue to meet the needs of this country.

Browse around our site to find out more about us, our people and our success stories and if you can, please donate to our cause.

If you feel we can help you or you know someone we might be able to help please get in touch.

SCA in Glasgow

The ARCH Resettlement Centre in Bridgeton is for homeless men aged 21 and over. The building consists of office space, support offices and 11 x one-bedroom, self contained flats with all amenities spread over three floors. There are also 9 scatter flats.

Read on to find out more about our Glasgow operation.

SCA in Fife

Gilven Services, based in Glenrothes in Fife, comprise a residential supported housing service for vulnerable young women, an employability service and a social enterprise; all of which are delivered in partnership within Gilven House.

Read on to find out more about our Fife operation.

Donate to us.

As a registered charity, we rely on the generous donations of our supporters to continue to grow and expand our projects.

There is much need and with your help we can continue to meet these needs.

Please consider partnering with us and donate. This can be done in several ways. Read on to find out how you can help us make a real difference to the lives of homeless men and women in Scotland.