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.
We promote resilience and recovery, supporting people to integrate into their local community across Tayside.
How do we support people in Tayside?
- We develop strategies for carers from Perth up to Angus
- We help young people transition into adult services
- We support those who experience psychosis and schizophrenia, who hear voices and have sensory disturbances, to take the next step of their journey
- We enable people to move forward with their lives who face the stresses of everyday life
- We also raise awareness of mental health in rural areas by fighting stigma and ensuring that nobody is left behind.
We run Carer Support, Resilience and Hearing Voices in Tayside, along with the CUThru service. Our services in Tayside collaborate together and with our National services, such as Mental Health and Money Advice, to ensure we are resourceful, keep support simple and place the individual at the heart of what we do. Our approach focuses on your circumstance and we welcome you into a safe, non-judgemental space where you can be open.
Lived experience is at the heart of what we do and we have a commitment to person-centred approaches
Our role is to offer guidance, information and ranges of support, from emotional support to complex issues such as housing, finances, employment and more. We also offer group sessions, enabling you to socialise and meet new people, learn a skill, or undertake peer support.
We work in and build partnerships with others, referring you to the most appropriate organisation best placed to help you with specific issues. Change Mental Health work with you to help achieve your realistic desired goals and with other organisations to ensure that the support you receive is relevant to the support you need. We are keen to signpost and support you in moving you onto the next step of your journey once you feel comfortable to make that leap.
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.
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 or if you’re interested in our rural community engagement work in the area, contact us below.
Telephone: 01738 580 899
Do you have any questions about the support Change Mental Health delivers across communities in Scotland? Contact our Information and Support Line.