We work with different communities and those with lived experience to help tackle stigma and improve the lives of those who experience poor mental health.
Working with Communities
Mental health is part of everyone's day to day life, it affects us all, but it can also affect people differently because of things like sexuality, race and disability. In many communities dual stigma is a big issue, with mental health and sexuality for example, there are two things can people can discriminate against, making it even harder to talk about.
No one understands the issues, barriers and solutions to ending mental health stigma and discrimination better than those who have experienced it, so at See Me we've been working with partners in different communities to ensure that we're able to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination more widely.
Find out more about our work with LGBT Health and Wellbeing and Deaf Scotland below.
LGBT Health and Wellbeing
We've partnered with LGBT Health and Wellbeing to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination within the LGBT community.
We're partnered with Deaf Scotland to make sure that deaf people are part of the conversation to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.
Paths for All
SeeMe partnered up with SAMH and Paths for All to using walking groups to start conversations on mental health and tackle stigma.
We worked with Flourish House to look at how we can work with a clubhouse model to tackle stigma
Partnering in the Arts
Read our research on the impact art can have in tackling stigma and discrimination.
Moray Wellbeing Hub
We have been working with the Moray Wellbeing Hub (MWH) since March 2019, providing them with funding and support to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.
Mental Health, Stigma and Race
Read about our work with GAMH to tackle dual stigma and discrimination experienced by people in BME communities
We've been working with Feniks to look at reducing mental health stigma and discrimination for the Polish community in Scotland.