Charity launches first retrospective of Scottish arts and mental health16 April 2021,
Reclaiming Our Heritage is an oral history curated over two years by the Foundation
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival returns for 15th year and asks 'What is normality?'16 April 2021,
In its 15th year, the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival remains as vital and relevant as ever
Pandemic one year on: landmark mental health study reveals mixed picture in Scotland, as anxiety falls but loneliness rises22 March 2021,
One year on, the crisis has had wide and deep emotional impacts on Scottish adults
Time is now for transformational approach to mental health to prevent upsurge in mental distress in Scotland9 March 2021,
Read about what the Mental Health Foundation Scotland are calling for in their manifesto.
Nine-Month Study Reveals Pandemic’s Worsening Emotional Impacts on Scottish Adults17 December 2020,
Key indicators of distress among Scottish adults – including loneliness, suicidality and not coping well with stress – are worse now than at the start of the pandemic, according to new research by the Mental Health Foundation and its university partners. The study has questioned Scottish adults at...
More than half of Scots are worried about the mental health of a loved one this festive season8 December 2020,
Mental Health Foundation Scotland shares advice on the benefits of kindness to mental health at Christmas
Mental health of Scottish adults and teenagers being affected by poor sleep21 October 2020,
Mental Health Foundation study reveals Scots experience increased stress, irritability, anger and anxiety linked to inadequate sleep Almost half of adults in Scotland (49%) say that poor sleep negatively affects their mental health – according to a new report published today by Mental Health...
Coping with the pandemic: New mental health research reveals how Scottish adults are managing stress6 October 2020,
New research from the Mental Health Foundation and collaborating universities reveals how Scottish adults are managing stress during the pandemic. Six in ten (61 per cent) of Scottish adults who had experienced stress because of the pandemic said walking helped them cope Half (51 per cent) of...
Charity urges Scottish Government to prioritise health and wellbeing of pupils on return to school22 June 2020,
The Mental Health Foundation Scotland is urging the Scottish Government to prioritise the health and wellbeing of pupils when they return to school in August. It has also issued a warning that introducing social distancing measures in classrooms could compound distress and trauma for many children...
A third of Scottish adults in full-time work are worried about losing their jobs6 May 2020,
Unemployed people show signs of serious mental health problems: Mental Health Foundation Scotland Coronavirus Study