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.
'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.
BBC Radio Scotland Looking for Carers' Stories
BBC Radio Scotland is working on a new five part series about mental health from a carer’s perspective. Each Programme will be presented by Radio Scotland presenter Clare English for the conversation strand and broadcast throughout January each Tuesday at 1.30pm. Radio Scotland are currently looking for people to talk about their experiences of being a carer to people with a mental health problem for their conversation strand. Interviews will be carried out in October/November.
Employment Opportunities at 'see me' - Programme Manager Dates Extended
Several vacancies have arisen in the 'see me' team. Details of the roles being recruited are available below. Closing dates for the Programme Manager roles have been extended until the 14th of October.
Scottish Mental Health Week 2013
This year the Scottish Mental Health Week runs from Monday 7th of October to Sunday 13th of October. ‘see me’s campaigning will focus on asking people to listen to those close to them who may be experiencing mental ill-health, and taking the mystery out of offering support to someone with a mental health problem.
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