Peer Support project for mental health carers receives Project Quality Award

6th – 13th June was Carers Week and our Peer Support project for mental health carers – Time and Space and Re-connect, which are delivered in partnership with Action in Mind and Glasgow Association of Mental Health, brought together a group of volunteers for a special celebration.  This was to mark the projects achievement in receiving a Project Quality Award from the Scottish Mentoring Network.  Iain Forbes, Strategic Development Manager within the Scottish Mentoring Network gave this feedback:

“We were extremely impressed by your application and all of the information it contained. Achieving the Quality Award demonstrates the high standards at which your project is currently operating and now entitles you to use the Scottish Mentoring Network Quality Mark on any stationery, publicity material and on your website.”

A huge thank you to all our volunteers for their time and expertise and to Brian Gallagher and Iain MacDonald, the Volunteer Co-ordinators for Re-connect and Time and Space who put in a huge amount of time and effort to ensure that the Quality Award was achieved.  For more information on both projects and how you can become a volunteer or receive mentoring click here.