Get someone a Support in Mind Scotland Tartan gift this Christmas!

Did you know we commissioned the World's First Mental Health Tartan? We have lots of different tartan gifts you could buy yourself, or why not give them as gifts this Christmas?Read more

Meet Max: interview with Support in Mind Scotland's new chair

Dr Maqsood Ahmed proud to lead SiMS board and looking forward to helping the organisation continue to progressRead more

Max Ahmed named new Chair of Support in Mind Scotland

Support in Mind Scotland board to be led by 34-year-old scientist, as Audrey Connolly named vice-chair alongside Carolyn PapakyriakouRead more

Mental Health Minister lauds 'fantastic work' of Rural Forum

Praise from Clare Haughey in Scottish Parliament following question raised by Claudia Beamish MSPRead more

Gatehouse offers the perfect Pick-Me-Up

Our project, the Gatehouse in Golspie, has been spreading positive mental health messages far and wide with their brightly coloured and inspirational ‘Pick-Me-Up Rocks’.Read more

Thank you for supporting our 100 Streets Challenge. Haste ye back in 2019!

Runners, walkers and cyclists combine to raise mental health awareness and funds for Support in Mind ScotlandRead more

Scotland's rural communities put mental health top of the agenda

Jim Hume, convenor of the National Rural Mental Health Forum, writes for The Scotsman, about impassioned speeches given to the recent NFUS autumn conferenceRead more

Attendance Allowance Government Survey

There is a crucial consultation on Attendance Allowance out at the moment, and the Scottish Government are particularly interested in hearing from those in rural areas. Attendance Allowance helps with extra costs if you have a disability severe enough that you need someone to help look after you. By completing the survey, the information you provide will help the Scottish Government make decisions about how to make Attendance Allowance work better in Scotland.Read more

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