Tayside CUThru Project

The CUThru Project works alongside Tayside's Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and local partners to consider how we best support the mental health needs of young people in their integration into their local community and where necessary their transition between CAMHS and adult mental health services. You can contact Tayside CuThru Project by email.

Read the Tayside CUThru leaflet

CUThru also supports young people in Dundee and Angus ages 12-18 with the most complex mental health issues.

Carers' Support


Angus Carers' Support provides a range of emotional support services as well as providing information and advice to carers.

Perth and Kinross

Our Service provides support to individuals who care for or support people negatively impacted by mental health.

Read the Carers' Support leaflet

“I remember when I was a quiet, silent person who took a lot of knockbacks. Now, I see myself as a flower – I’m slowly growing and hopefully soon I’ll flourish.”

Read more about Lorna and Lyndsay's friendship in Carers' Support as we support carers to have a life of their own.

Hearing Voices

We’re committed to help you to live around your voices and other symptoms of psychosis, like invasive thoughts. We share information about what’s worked for others, and support you to develop your own strategies to achieve this.

Read the Hearing Voices leaflet


Resilience provides early information and support to people across Tayside who require assistance with their mental health needs. The service links people to a range of support and providers across Tayside to identify needs early and aims to promote people's mental health through promoting their resilience and recovery. Get in touch with Tayside's Resilience Project here.

Read the Resilience leaflet

June 2022 Newsletter

Duty of Candour

Duty of Candour is a legal requirement, part of the Health (Tobacco, Nicotine etc and Care) (Scotland) Act 2016, to ensure that if something goes wrong in the services all relevant information is shared with the people affected. They are offered an explanation, an apology and assurance that staff will learn from and share this learning if something goes wrong.

Duty of Candour report for Tayside Services 2021-22