Scottish Parliament election - manifesto analysis 201629 April 2016
We analyse how each party’s agenda addresses mental health and wellbeing.
Why Mental Health Matters to Scotland's Future15 April 2016
The partnership has produced this briefing paper ahead of the Holyrood elections in May.
A review of mental health services in Scotland18 January 2016
Perspectives and experiences of service users, carers and professionals. Report for Commitment One of the Mental Health Stategy for Scotland, 2012-2015.
Peer Support in Long Term Conditions: The Basics2 September 2012
This document has been produced by the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) and partners1 to support the implementation of peer support services for people with long term conditions throughout Scotland. This work is part of a larger project funded by the Long Term Conditions Alliance Scotland (LTCAS)...
The Living Better Report Summary2 October 2011
This is the summary of the Living Better report, which describes findings from a three year project looking at the mental health of people with long term conditions across Scotland. Led by RCGP Scotland in partnership with the Mental Health Foundation and University of Stirling, the report...
Brighter Futures2 September 2011
The Brighter Futures project was developed and informed by a 4 year programme of work which provided evidence on mental health in later life. An initial inquiry-based research project was undertaken in partnership with Age Concern (now Age UK) and more recently in 2007-2009 service improvement...
The Living Better Report2 July 2011
The Living Better report describes findings from a three year project looking at the mental health of people with long term conditions across Scotland. Led by RCGP Scotland in partnership with the Mental Health Foundation and University of Stirling, the report presents findings from research...
Choice, Control and Recovery: A guide to Self-directed Support1 December 2009
This booklet is for people who experience mental-health problems and who are interested in getting access to self-directed support in Scotland. Self-directed support is designed to help people to manage their own social-care support and choose the services that suit them best. The booklet will...
National Standards For Crisis Service: Practice Toolkit - Scotland1 January 2008
The aim of this resource is to provide clear guidance which can be used by services to help them to operationalise the vision laid out in the National Standards.
The insights gained from the work of the Learning Network have helped to shape this resource; ensuring that it takes account of...