I am an Outlaw - SiMS Ambassador Marius on his Triathlon Success

Our ambassador Marius completed the intense Outlaw triathlon last week in aid of Support in Mind. Read more

Prestigious GSK IMPACT Award recognises SiMS’ work

Coveted GSK IMPACT Award recognises team effort of Support in Mind Scotland's staff, supporters and people who access our services. Read more

SiMS Stewartry Service Shifts To Station Yard

After ten years at our premises on King Street, our service in Stewartry has relocated to a new premises in Station Yard Industrial Estate Oakwell Road.  Come along on Wednesday 22nd May on our Open Day to see the new base for yourself. Read more

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019

13 - 19 May 2019 is Mental Health Awareness Week. We want to use the week to raise awareness of Mental Health issues and to let everyone know that it's okay to talk about mental health.. and it's okay not to be okay. Read more

Lamb-azing Grace! Sheep flock to model SIMS tartan

Support in Mind Scotland and Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre add an unusual tinge of tartan to Mental Health Awareness Week - thanks to April the sheep and her lamb Ewan. Read more

National Rural Mental Health Forum welcomes 100th organisation

Coxydene Farm Feeds becomes 100th member of burgeoning Rural Forum, and will mark the occasion with 100km sponsored walk during Mental Health Awareness Week. Read more

SiMS among finalists in the 2019 Scottish Charity Awards

Support in Mind Scotland supporter Laura Reid, from Dunfermline, is short-listed in Charity Champion category for 2019 Scottish Charity Awards. Vote for her now! Read more

Digby Brown's new partnership with Fife Service starts in style

Kirkcaldy office of Digby Brown help raise more than £500 for Support in Mind Scotland's Fife Service from Quiz Night in Kirkcaldy Rugby Club Read more

Our Hero! Gordon completes daunting Dinnie Stones lift

Strongman Gordon Ingram lifts the world-famous Dinnie Stones at Potarch and raises more than £1,200 for Support in Mind Scotland Read more

Exclusive: writer plans sequel to Takin' Over The Asylum

25 years after BAFTA-winning BBC comedy drama hit our screens and launched the career of David Tennant, writer Donna Franceschild visits Support in Mind Scotland's Stafford Centre and reveals plans for a follow-up Read more

SiMS welcomes review of the Mental Health Act

Review of 2003 Mental Health (Scotland) Act is a "significant opportunity to improve care and treatment for anyone affected by mental illness and incapacity" Read more

Lochaber Service celebrates 25th anniversary

Support in Mind Scotland celebrates milestone in Fort William, having first delivered mental health services in the town at the Glengarry Centre in 1994 Read more

SiMS scoops prestigious UK-wide GSK IMPACT Award

Support in Mind Scotland selected from more than 370 organisations across the UK as one of 10 winners of 2019 Awards. Read more

Team effort provides Stafford Centre with new kitchen

Thank you to all who answered our Edinburgh Service's emergency call Read more

Sports stars join forces to promote 100 Streets Challenge

Support in Mind Scotland Ambassadors Scott & Jenny Hastings joined by athletics golden girl Maria Lyle and Edinburgh City FC pair at launch of 2019 Mental Health campaign Read more

Branston chip in to raise £10,000 for Support in Mind Scotland

Perth-based potato company Branston Ltd raise £10,000 for their charity of the year for 2018-19 Support in Mind Scotland Read more

Track star Maria Lyle backs our 100 Streets Challenge

Inspirational 19-year-old athlete keen to raise mental health awareness Read more

SiMS receives share of £2 million funding to tackle poverty and inequality

Support in Mind Scotland's Highland Connections project is one of 22 projects to tackle tackle inequality and poverty, support inclusion, and improve people’s lives Read more

2019 heralds 2,019th referral for DBI Project

Inverness referral marks another key milestone for ground-breaking programme Read more

'So Many Benefits from One Incredible Challenge' - 100 Streets Experience

I would encourage anyone to take part in the 100 streets challenge. I would like to tell you a bit about my journey, why I took part in the challenge, and the difference it’s made to my life. Read more