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Change Mental Health works closely with the Tayside community to provide early information and support to people who require help with their mental health needs

We have a large footprint in Tayside: working closely with the community to provide early information and support to people who require help with their mental health needs.

Change Mental Health promotes resilience and recovery, supporting people to integrate into their local community across Tayside.

Our approach involves supporting people in overcoming everyday life stresses and rebuilding their lives, with lived experience at the core of our work. We aim to raise awareness of mental health in rural areas, fight stigma, and ensure that nobody is left behind. 

Our role is to offer guidance, information, and a range of support, from emotional support to complex issues such as housing, finances and employment. We also offer group sessions where you can socialise, meet new people, learn new skills, or receive peer support.

We work with and build partnerships with other organisations to ensure you receive relevant support and help you achieve your goals. Once you feel comfortable making that leap, we are keen to signpost and support you in taking the next step of your journey.

It’s our goal to make sure you are not facing life’s difficulties alone, especially when poor mental health and mental illness makes it a much bigger task.

How do we support people in Tayside?

Hearing Voices

Our service supports people experiencing symptoms of psychosis and schizophrenia, including hearing voices and sensory disturbances.

We provide a safe space for you to talk about your experiences and offer individual and group support.

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Carer Support

We provide emotional and practical support, both individually and through peer support groups, for those caring for someone with mental illness. We also connect carers to relevant services and collaborate with local communities to create more opportunities.

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The service offers support to promote positive mental health by identifying mental health needs early and helping people move forward in life by promoting resilience and recovery. Support can be provided one-to-one, virtually, or in person.

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Want to find out more about the support Change Mental Health delivers in Tayside?

Our stories and resources tell you more about the lived experience of the people we support and work with, our commitment to a person-centred approach, and how you can learn more about mental health conditions and your rights.

If you need further information about the support we deliver in Tayside, contact us below.

Telephone: 0131 563 0223

Do you have any questions about the support Change Mental Health delivers across communities in Scotland?

Our Advice and Support Service is open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm, where advisers can signpost you to local support that most fits your needs, including our Change Mental Health services. We offer initial advice on money worries and help to deal with emergencies.

Contact 0808 8010 515, email us at or fill out the enquiry form on the Advice and Support Service page.

Our address is:
Unit 1
Methven Mews

It’s like a lifeline. You know every week there’s going to be a phone call and you can tell them exactly what’s wrong. You know if there’s a problem or if you’re in trouble, you can just ring them – which has proved to be extremely helpful in a lot of ways. It’s the bedside manner, they just know. They do stuff off their own backs and they do care. It’s like having a friend as well as somebody to support you.”
– Dawn, Carers’ Support & Resilience service user


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