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'The role of the carer is 24/7 and they should be respected by all in the chain' Read more
Inspirational former South African police officer to run and cycle for Support in Mind Scotland throughout 2017 Read more
Fort William move is poetry in motion Read more
New Forum to develop connections between communities across rural Scotland Read more
Support in Mind Scotland seek to support and empower all those affected by mental illness, including family members, carers and supporters.
Round-up of latest news and developments from Scottish mental health organisations
Dec 16/Jan 17 edition available to view and download online
All you need to know about our partnership with Mental Health organisations across the UK.
Latest news from our Fundraising and Awareness Campaign
Organisations we work with to raise awareness of the issues our members share and to develop new policies or services.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your difficulties by changing the way you think and behave. It is mostly used to treat anxiety and depression but can also be used in the treatment of schizophrenia. Read more
View the findings of Support in Mind Scotland’s “Living with Schizophrenia” survey published April 2015 Read more
The Carers' Information Pack gives information to carers about mental illness and where to find support. Read more
Coping with a mental illness is hard if you're a parent. You may worry about how your illness will affect your children and how to manage it. Read more
Introduction to legal and welfare benefits issues for parents and others who wish to provide in their will or in the lifetime for people with mental illness. Read more