Support in Mind Scotland offers services in the Tayside area across Perth & Kinross, Angus and Dundee.

For more information, contact us directly or make a referral to: [email protected]

Meet the Team

Sandra Young
Tayside Team Manager

[email protected]

m:07342 038 181

Sandra Young, Tayside Team Manager says "We are delighted to be developing our services in Tayside with Hearing Voices, Resilience and CUThru projects joining our well established Carer Support projects to offer a wide range of services in the area for people who are affected by mental illness."

Hearing Voices Network

Tayside Hearing Voices Network provides information and support for residents of Perth & Kinross, and Angus, aged 18 years or over, who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis, such as hearing voices, seeing or sensing things that others don’t, or experiencing unusual beliefs or paranoia.
We welcome self-referrals and referrals from mental health professionals and support services.

This service has been funded from the Robertson Trust, Tayside's Mental Health Outcome Framework and Perth & Kinross Health and Social Care Partnership.

Tayside Hearing Voices Network 

Tayside Hearing Voices Leaflet

Debbie Wickens
Outreach Worker Tayside Hearing Voices
[email protected]
m.07597 576 000 


Lynne Penman
Outreach Worker Tayside Hearing Voices
[email protected]
m.07394 418 429


Vickie Graham
Outreach Worker Tayside Hearing Voices
[email protected]
m.07568 225 711

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Carers' Support

Our Carer Support Projects endeavour to reduce the stress and strain associated with supporting a person who is dealing with their own mental health challenges. This is done mainly via person-to-person work by providing information, advice, guidance, signposting to other services and being there when the carer needs to talk.

Perth & Kinross Carers' Support         Angus Carers' Support

Carers' Support Services Leaflet

Ian Smillie

Carers Support Worker- Angus
[email protected]
m.0773 4739667


Sheila Mackay
Carers Support Worker- Perth & Kinross
[email protected]
m.07920 490 534


Janice Mylan
Carers Support Worker- Perth & Kinross
[email protected]
m.07597 578 814

Lyndsay Macphee
Carer Support Worker- Perth & Kinross
[email protected]
m.07597 579 601

General Referral Form- Download here

Resilience Project

The Resilience Service 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 supports and providers across Tayside to identify needs early and aims to promote people's mental health through promoting their resilience and recovery.

This service has been funded from Tayside's Mental Health Outcome Framework.

Resilience Service Leaflet

You can contact Tayside Resilience Service by: 

Email at [email protected] 

Calling:


Mhairi Wild
on m.07568 227 628 or

Sarah Dunbar on m.07568 225 709 

More information on Resilience Page

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.  

SiMS, the Perth & Kinross Health and Social Care Partnership and the Lottery Young Start Fund are funding this project over the next year. 

You can contact Tayside CUThru by: 

Email at [email protected] 

Calling: Nicollette Stanton on m.07568 225 706 

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More information on CUThru Page

Tayside Services 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