Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

This year we are focusing on the theme of "Kindness". Read more

Tribute to sadly missed SiMS 'film star' Big Andy McKay

Tribute to late Dumfries service user who played a starring role in thought-provoking and powerful 2015 Life Skills film 'You Cannot See' Read more

SiMS full of beans after partnering with Farm Boy Brews

Dumfries & Galloway coffee company Farm Boy Brews will raise mental health awareness and generously donate a portion of their profits to Support in Mind Scotland Read more

Young people's mental health programme now in full Bloom

If you know a school or college in Scotland who would like more support and resources around young people’s mental health and resilience please get in touch. Read more

Record turnout for Rural Mental Health Forum as membership hits 150

In three years, Scotland's National Rural Mental Health Forum has grown from 16 to 150 organisations, reaching half of the nation's rural population Read more

Mull comes together to learn Mental Health First Aid

Support in Mind Scotland's Highlands & Islands Connections Project helps deliver two-day training course to Island community at Craignure. Read more

Decathlon Sports Superstore to sponsor 100 Streets Challenge

Support in Mind Scotland are delighted to secure the backing of global sports retailer for our annual Mental Health awareness and fundraising campaign, encouraging people to walk, run or cycle 100 streets. Read more

Love Your Business partners with SiMS for 2020

Popular networking club will support mental health charity Support in Mind Scotland with donations, awareness-raising and skills sharing Read more

CU Thru collaborates in Dumfries Gaming Festival

Well-being at the heart of 2020 ARCADE Festival, expected to attract more than 4,000 visitors Read more

Support in Mind Scotland named Lothian's Charity of Choice

Two-year-partnership between SiMS and Lothian will include a specially design bus to carry our mental health brand and messaging Read more

Run for us in 2020 and show your support for Mental Health

Help us help 1,300 people across Scotland with their mental health each week by wearing our colours and running at an event for Support in Mind Scotland Read more

Carolyn Little: tribute to our inspirational former chair

Support in Mind Scotland is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Carolyn Little, chair from 2003-2017, who had a fearless determination to fight for people’s rights Read more