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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.


Two people walking with orange leaves on the pavement - rural mental health

Call for action on rural mental health after Audit Scotland report

Audit Scotland's report highlights rural Scotland's difficulties accessing mental health support.
Three people standing with change mental health sign and the 100 challene logo in the corcer

The 100 challenge is complete!

Thank you to our incredible supporters who have raised a remarkable amount of £4,986.00 for Change Mental Health so far!

New Mental Health and Wellbeing strategy by Scottish Government

Change Mental Health actively participated in the review process and ensured the strategy addressed the critical issues.
Young people in Crags Centre in Edinburgh during your resilience workshop

Young People Programmes Impact Report 2021/22 is out!

Bloom and Your Resilience have supported 5097 young people in Scotland and trained 463 teachers and facilitators in 2021/22.

Take part in the 100 challenge!

Do 100 of an activity that helps you and your mental health in July while raising £100 to make sure people get the mental health support they need.

Gatehouse marks reopening

The Gatehouse, based in Golspie, celebrated reopening earlier this year with an Open Day to show its new model of supporting people with their mental health and its fresh decor.

Michele attends Loyal Address

Michele, Area Manager for Edinburgh, attended the Loyal Addresses by Privileged Bodies at Buckingham Palace.
Sharyn and Mandy from Highland area

The essence of social prescribing

Social prescribing refers people to local and non-clinical services. We want to raise awareness of what it is, how it works, and how it changes lives.
Many people on the stairs celebrating and cheering in Scottish Parliament.

Celebrating 50 years at our Parliamentary reception

We celebrated 50 years of supporting people affected by mental illness and officially honoured the new name, brand and strategy with a reception at the Scottish Parliament

What’s your Breathing Space?

On National Breathing Space Day, our team is reflecting on our breathing space and happy place with a quick video on the things we like doing for our mental health and wellbeing.
Two men seating concerned - teachers wellbeing and strikes

The impact of strikes on teachers’ wellbeing

Teacher strikes in Scotland could have an impact on the mental health and wellbeing of teachers.

We are now Change Mental Health

In our 50th year of delivering care and support to people affected by mental illness across Scotland, we have launched a new brand and website.
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