Programmes in Scotland

Location: Scotland

Our programmes in Scotland work with partners and communities to develop and test new approaches to promoting good mental health for everyone.

The Scotland Programmes team works collaboratively to try innovative approaches and build evidence-based programmes. We aim to create sustainable solutions that prevent the development of mental ill-health and strive to achieve a mentally healthy society for all across Scotland.

Programme areas in Scotland

Families, children and young people

Explore the programmes we work on to support the mental health of children, young people and parents.

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Learn more about our programmes that help adults understand and improve their mental health.

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Explore our programmes about refugees and helping their mental health.

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Our COVID-19 programmes

Small Talk

The Small Talk project began in Scotland with small-scale research among young, single mothers, aged under 25, who had given birth during the pandemic.

Living Well: Emotional Support Matters

Living Well delivers targeted support for vulnerable groups as part of the Covid Response Programme in Scotland.

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