In August this year it was announced that the Scottish Government together with Comic Relief would invest £4.5 million in a three year anti-stigma and discrimination national programme. Building on the legacy of the See Me campaign, SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) and Mental Health Foundation (MHF) will deliver an innovative programme of awareness raising and local and national activities that challenge the discrimination associated with mental ill-health.
Scottish FA Mental Health Football League 2014
The Scottish FA is committed to devloping a National Mental Health Football League in 2014. The proposed league will allow teams to comepte in an enviroment which will benefit their recovery and physical fitness while enjoying all the benefits that football has to offer.
'see me' has moved!
Apologies if you have been trying to contact 'see me', we have just moved office and are experiencing some technical issues! Our new phone number is 0131 516 6819 and our emails remain the same.
‘see me’ Orders-October 2013
The ‘see me’ Team are moving office! While we’re all excited about getting to our new home, it means that we are going to have to put orders for Materials on hold for the immediate future while they are packed away for the move.
The Department for International Development has made a strong UK-wide commitment to tackle the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health by publicly pledging its support to ‘see me’ and Time to Change on 20th August 2013.
See us in action
Almost 600 organisations have signed the 'see me' pledge. This film explains what the 'see me' pledge is about, how an organisation goes about signing it, and how it benefits the organisation, its staff, customers and the wider public.
'see me' in pictures
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