Mental health: a national asset for Scotland14 April 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
Chris O'Sullivan looks ahead to the Scottish Parliament elections, detailing five policy commitments that we would like to see from the next Scottish government.
The Dust of Everyday Life
An annual symposium on the arts, mental health, stigma and social justice.
Mental Health Foundation publishes review of mental health services in Scotland18 January 2016,
Today, the Mental Health Foundation has published a review of Mental Health Services in Scotland in partnership with Voices of Experience (Vox) and supported by Healthcare Improvement Scotland . Commissioned by the Scottish Government as Commitment One of the Mental Health Strategy for Scotland...
A review of mental health services in Scotland18 January 2016
Perspectives and experiences of service users, carers and professionals. Report for Commitment One of the Mental Health Stategy for Scotland, 2012-2015.
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival
An annual arts and film festival challenging preconceived ideas about mental health.
Mental Health Foundation to partner new health and human rights festival10 December 2015,
DECLARATION is a brand new festival exploring health and human rights, announced today, on World Human Rights Day. It will take place in Glasgow from 3-6 March, 2016.
Peer Potential (Self-Directed Support)
Peer Potential addresses the capacity of the mental health third sector to support self-directed support
Peer support is a valuable mechanism for helping people with long term conditions19 July 2012,
There is a good argument to be made that approaches which support the mental health of people with long term conditions should be both encouraged and prioritised.
To good health!21 February 2012,
We’d like to see increased education about the association between alcohol use and mental health in schools and youth clubs, and for health staff to advise patients about the dangers of excessive drinking to both their mental and physical health.