Well Scotland is the national mental health improvement website for Scotland. It is a resource intended for professionals who currently work in, or have an interest in the mental health improvement field. Working in partnership with Scotland’s national agencies, its purpose is to provide up to date information on recent developments in the mental health improvement area.
This month sees the launch of the seventh Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival and it's shaping up to be the biggest yet, with over 300 events taking place all across Scotland.
The 2013 Festival brochure is on-hand to help you plan your festival month - by location, by genre or by date. You can also visit the revamped SMHAFF website for more information.
'See me' Scotland's national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health and right now, are looking for your help. They are offering funding to projects that give a strong anti-stigma message and are aimed at helping to end discrimination of mental ill-health.
There are two categories, the General Local Grants Award and a Young People's Award. For both awards they are after ideas which can change people's attitudes and behaviours towards people with mental ill-health.
For more information on how to get involved visit the 'See me' website.
Read the latest Mental Health Improvement e-bulletin or sign up to receive it monthly.
The most recent publications over the last six months can be found on the Publications page.
The newly updated Measuring Mental Wellbeing resource; How to measure mental wellbeing is now available.
If you need to talk to someone
Steps for Stress
Gives information on ways to handle stress.
Gives guidance on improving your mental health
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