Distress Brief Intervention Programme Evaluation team visit to Inverness test site

On Wednesday 10th October colleagues from the evaluation team that are working alongside the Scottish Government’s Distress Brief Intervention pilot programme (DBI), visited Inverness to meet the Support in Mind Scotland colleagues who are involved in the planning and delivery of DBI.Read more

Support in Mind Scotland celebrates World Mental Health Day 2018 across Scotland

Wednesday 10 October 2018 is World Mental Health Day. Today the world is coming together to raise awareness mental health issues. As Support in Mind Scotland has services across the country, we have a variety of things going on to mark this important occasion. #WorldMentalHealthDay.Read more

National Rural Mental Health Forum Parliamentary Reception, 2 October 18

Mental Health Minister Clare Haughey hailed Scotland’s National Rural Mental Health Forum as “a platform for change” at a successful Parliamentary Reception. The Holyrood reception on 2 October was hosted by Gail Ross MSP and aimed to raise awareness of mental health issues in rural Scotland as well as giving Forum members a chance to meet and make connections.Read more

Support in Mind Scotland secure Self Management Fund award

We are delighted to announce that Support in Mind Scotland have been awarded £28,266.48 through Alliance Scotland’s Self Management fund.Read more

Holyrood praise for work of Rural Forum and DBI

Mental Health Minister Clare Haughey updates Scottish Parliament on progress of 10-year Mental Health strategyRead more

Frontline distress project helps 1,000th person

Milestone for Distress Brief Intervention pilot programme, which Support in Mind Scotland has been providing in InvernessRead more

Branston Century Cycle 2018

Branston took on a sponsored cycle ride around Lincolnshire to raise funds for their Scottish Charity of the Year - Support in Mind Scotland.Read more

Forensic Carers Conference: book your free place now

Event takes place on Friday, 28 September at Stirling Court HotelRead more

Make some noise for Radio Stafford!

Our community mental health radio station has come a long way in a short time, and now aims to widen its reachRead more