Gatehouse grateful for share of £15m Co-op support for good causes

Local Community Fund and generosity shown by Co-op members over the past 12 months raises £3,868 for garden project at our Sutherland service in Golspie Read more

SiMS delighted with £4000 activpayroll donation

Colleagues brush off disappointment of cancelled events to find new ways of raising a total of £16,000 for their chosen charities - Support in Mind Scotland, Maggie's, Friends of Anchor and Charlie House Read more

Scottish and Arctic experts join forces to discuss rural mental health support

Support in Mind Scotland's Jim Hume and Ros Halley joined Mental Health Minister Clare Haughey as speakers at international event to promote dialogue around tackling challenges facing rural communities Read more

Kirsten Adamson releases inspirational charity single and video for SiMS

Talented daughter of Big Country legend reveals the mental health inspiration behind her powerful new song 'Let Me Live' in aid of Support in Mind Scotland Read more

Funding secures exciting £100,000 expansion of Hearing Voices project

Generous funds from The Robertson Trust, local authority, Digby Brown and a local counselling service has allowed SiMS to extend its successful psychosis support project from Fife into Angus, Perth & Kinross Read more

Scotland Women's Hockey team enjoy Mental Health training

Support in Mind Scotland were delighted to deliver one of our mental health training sessions to the Scotland Women's Hockey team. Jen Wilson, Senior Women's Head Coach, tells us how the team found it. Read more

Inequality a major mental health risk for LGBT people in rural Scotland

New report from LGBTI social policy charity, Equality Network, highlights the true experience of minority stress and heightened poor mental health, a situation which has worsened during the pandemic Read more

Millie's Epic Cycle for Mental Health!

Millie cycled 364.38km over the month of August to raise awareness & funds for mental health. Well done Millie & co! Fantastic work. Read more

SIMS on board for Lothian's Virtual Doors Open Day

We are very proud to be Lothian Buses' Charity of Choice for 2020 and 2021, and our partners kindly invited us along to this year's virtual version of their Doors Open Day. Read more

Face Masks

Available to buy now - our very own Support in Mind Scotland Charity Mental Health Tartan face masks Read more

100 Streets Challenge extended to St Andrew's Day, 30 November

You have already gone the extra mile for us during this year’s 100 Streets Challenge. Now, Support in Mind Scotland wants to give some extra time to you, by extending this year’s event to St Andrew’s Day on 30 November. Read more

United to Prevent Suicide - A New Approach for Scotland - World Suicide Prevention Day

Today 10th September marks World Suicide Prevention Day and the launch of the new approach for Scotland – United to Prevent Suicide. Read more

SiMS director Nicole Bell a finalist in 2020 Scottish Charity Awards

Nicole challenges for Terrific Trustee and People's Choice awards as Support in Mind Scotland reaches finals of prestigious SCVO event for third successive year Read more

SiMS on worldwide list of Rockstar Games charitable donations

International gaming company helps Support in Mind Scotland as part of worldwide effort to support charities and communities during the Covid-19 pandemic Read more

New Mental Health Training courses launched by Support in Mind Scotland

Our three new specialist training courses will help employers create mentally healthy workplaces. We are accepting bookings now. Read more

Making carers visible – Carers Week 2020

Making carers visible – that's the aim of Carers Week. Organisations unite for Carers Week 2020. Read more

'Caring, Connected Communities' project report is launched

View and download our final project report from the pioneering Highlands and Islands Connections work we have been progressing in the Western Isles and Argyll & Bute Read more

Volunteers’ Week 2020

Volunteers’ Week 2020 - Join us in saying thank you to our amazing volunteers. Read more