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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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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.

Alison Watson joins our Board of Trustees

Prominent third sector leader significantly strengths the board of Change Mental Health.
30 years of Lochaber mental health services

Celebrating 30 years of support in Lochaber

On January 12th 1994, we opened the first mental health facility of its kind in Lochaber.

Responding to the 2024/25 Scottish Budget

The lack of budget increase for mental health services is posing a threat to Scottish people. We need urgent changes to how we deliver support and fund it.

Hearing Voices bags Awards for All funding

Our Hearing Voices service in Perth & Kinross and Angus has been awarded funding by National Lottery Awards for All to help more people access support.

Responding to the 2022 Health Survey

Scotland's mental health crisis persists, especially among young people, with alarming rates of depression, anxiety and loneliness - reveal the results of survey.
BHA and Change Mental Health partnership

Announcing our partnership with British Hydropower Association

The partnership signifies a crucial step towards prioritising mental wellbeing in the renewable energy sector through access to mental health training, resources and support.
Bloom workshop

Call for action on mental health in schools after BISSR Research

New research highlights the current issues facing Scottish schools and demonstrates the need for effective mental health support for pupils and teachers.
Aidan and JJ with impact report

A revitalised, dynamic organisation: our 2022-23 impact

We have released our 2022-23 Annual Report, along with key impact figures.

New Mental Health and Wellbeing Delivery and Workforce Plan by Scottish Government

The 2023-25 plans from the Scottish Government focuses on combating stigma, building resilience, and addressing regional disparities.

Signature Project in Edinburgh benefits from Foundation Scotland funding

Through the R25 fund administered by Foundation Scotland, the Signature Project will support more people with PTSD in Edinburgh.
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.
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