See Us is the movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination across Scotland. Sign up, be part of the change, and get everything you need to take action here.Sign up
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More than half of people in Scotland say their perceptions of people with mental health problems have improved over the past ten years.
However more than two thirds of people with mental health problems have still experienced discrimination and been treated unfairly. That could be over one million Scots. Stigma and discrimination can be the difference between life and death.
So now is the time for us all to come together, build on the positive changes in society, and do something to make a difference.
Wherever you want to make a change, and however you want to do it, there is something for you in this movement.
Sign up to See Us
Sign up to be part of the change, get our See Us Activity Pack to help you to take action, get updates on what is happening in the movement across Scotland and receive our See Change mail out.
Where do you want to make a change?
Whether you are starting out, and just want some more information, want to do something small, something big, or make on going sustained change, we have tools and resources to help you to do something. Wherever you want to make a change, and if you want to do it for yourself, for someone else, as part of your job, or volunteering, there is something for you.
Social media assets for you
Show your support for the See Us movement today, by downloading and sharing our social media resources. To get a full range, check out the online section above.
How else can I get involved?
Want to do more? Find out more about how you can volunteer with See Me, making a difference at the heart of the movement. Or get involved with our campaigns, or see what events we have coming up which you can be a part of.
Find out more about being a leader in your community, sharing your story in the media, speaking at events, making a change in schools, or influencing policy.)Find out more
Find out about our campaigns, including FeelsFM, Power of Okay, Time to Talk Day and more.)Find out more
We have a range of in person and digital events happening across the year, bringing people in the movement together to inspire each other to make change.)Find out more