Living with schizophrenia and psychosis in Scotland

View the findings of Support in Mind Scotland’s “Living with Schizophrenia” survey published April 2015Read more

Hearing Voices pamphlets

A series of 4 pamphlets with coping strategies to help people who experience voices and other sensory disturbances, and those who support them. Also information for the wider population towards addressing stigma by understanding what it can be like.Read more

Exploring family carer involvement in Forensic Mental Health Services

Study exploring family carer involvement in Forensic Mental Health Services in ScotlandRead more

Caring is a journey

Caring is a journey - can I help you to cope?Read more

A safe place to be

A safe place to be - the experiences of people in custody in mental distressRead more

Supporting relatives & informal carers - top tips for mental health workers

The top tips cards were produced in partnership by NHS Education for Scotland (NES) and Support in Mind Scotland.Read more

Need to Know - A guide for young people who have a parent with mental illness

For young people aged 11 - 14 When a parent has a mental illness it can affect your life too.Read more

Carers' Information Pack - Information for carers, friends and families

The Carers' Information Pack gives information to carers about mental illness and where to find support.Read more

Making Time to Talk - Advice for parents with mental illness

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

Self Directed Support - information for carers

Self Directed Support (or SDS for short) is a new way to access social care support.Read more

It's their job, it's my life

Findings from a summer 2010 survey of 214 carers known to Support in Mind ScotlandRead more

Along the way... The experiences of young people and mental health

A window into the lives of your family, your neighbours, your classmates and your friends.Read more

It's About You Too! A guide for children who have a parent with a mental illness

For children 8 to 10 years old. The booklet explains what mental illness is and that it is OK to talk about it.Read more

Financial Future: Wills & Trusts

Financial Future: Wills & Trusts Providing for People with Severe Mental IllnessRead more