Young people have told of discrimination and poor awareness when using child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), as a new campaign is launched to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).
The campaign, called Mind our Health, is launched today by LGBT Youth Scotland’s mental health commission, which consists of 10 young people from across Scotland.
Human Development Scotland is joining forces with Midlothian Sure Start in a one-day conference on the role of fathers in the family and in society.
Men Can Weep takes place on Tuesday 30 May 2017 in Glasgow. Following on from the Year of the Dad, this event will focus on the impact and importance of a father on the emotional wellbeing of their children.
The conference will be of particular interest to social workers, health visitors, midwives...
We are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week from May 8 - 14.
A new survey of mental health across the UK by the Mental Health Foundation highlights how few people are flourishing with good mental health. Published to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week the report is based on interviews with more than 2,200 people.
13% of people reported high levels of good mental health