- Charity art prints tackle topic of mental health stigma
- Participants wanted for ground-breaking mental health stigma research
- See Me volunteers help shape the future of suicide prevention
- The tools to tackle mental health stigma in health and social care
- More than half of Scots say their own attitudes towards mental health have improved in the last 10 years
- Call for people to help end mental health discrimination
- See Me awarded five-year funding to deliver new strategy
- Volunteers share their views with Minister for Mental Wellbeing and Social Care
- Young People feel their mental health struggles are dismissed by adults
About See Me
See Me is Scotland's national programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination. We are encouraging people to take action to make a difference. You can be part of that change by joining a movement of thousands of people across Scotland. Visit the See Us pages and get all the tools and resources you need to take action.
Sign up to be part of the See Us movement and you'll receive our action activity pack, get updates on what is happening and how you can get involved, and receive our monthly See Change mail out, which focuses on where stigma exists and what you can do to tackle it.See Us
The Journey of our Social Movement
Hear he stories of people who have been tackling stigma and discrimination across Scotland.
Understanding Stigma and Discrimination
Find out more about what we mean by stigma and discrimination.