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There’s always a lot going on at Change Mental Health and we want to keep you up to date with the latest developments at the charity!

View our activity below to find out more about the support we’re delivering across Scotland, the partnerships we’re forming and the campaigning we’re doing.

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Community Link Worker service sees huge expansion

The expansion will see an increase of reach and impact by serving 62 GP surgeries across Highland.

General Election Mental Health Hustings in Edinburgh

We hosted a lively discussion on mental health with Penumbra Mental Health and Health in Mind

An open letter to the Cabinet Secretary for Justice and Home Affairs

In response to Police Scotland's Chief Constable advising that too much of the force's time is spent on mental health callouts.
Listen Well Scotland banner being held by two people with a Change Mental Health sign in the background

Listen Well Scotland joins Change Mental Health

Well-respected listening charity will continue delivery of vital services with a new home.
Two publicity stands in Leven featuring Levenmouth Rail Link and Change Mental Health, both people holding a sign

Change Mental Health & Network Rail partners for wellbeing in Leven

Collaborative effort in Leven raises awareness about mental health and rail safety alongside the anticipated return of the rail link after 55 years.
Young People during Your Resilience workshop - CAMHS challenges for children and young people in rural Scotland: A closer look at NHS Highland, NHS Borders and NHS Dumfries & Galloway.

The Rural Divide: inequalities facing children and young people

Our recent report spotlights CAMHS challenges for children and young people in rural Scotland.

Signature Project receives crucial Lottery funding

Support for men with PTSD in Edinburgh is extended thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund.

Suicide Bereavement Support Service pilot evaluation released

We welcome the positive evaluation findings of the Suicide Bereavement Support Service pilot to continue supporting those bereaved by suicide.

New resource centre opens in Invergordon

With over 25 years of being active in the Ross-shire community, our new resource centre in Invergordon is officially open!

Hopetown Coffee, our new not-for-profit coffee shop, launches!

Edinburgh's first coffee shop raising awareness of mental illness and mental health is open.

Hearing Voices service receives generous funding boost

The Hearing Voices service receives funding from three organisations to continue and expand its support for people in Perth and Kinross.
Hannah - Service Manager for Young People Programmes and CIara - Engagment Officer in YPP

Young People’s Programmes team embarks on co-production

Young People's Programmes to improve mental health support through co-production, focusing on 14-18-year olds in underserved communities.
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