Think Positive offers free consultancy support to those taking part in the Student Mental Health Agreement project. This is delivered via online meetings, emails and telephone support along with a range of free resources.
National Student Mental Health Campaign
Think Positive are coproducing a National Student Mental Health Campaign with a group of students with lived experience. Due to launch early 2023.
Small Grant Scheme
This project enables Student Mental Health Agreement project participants to apply for a small grant to help get their idea/project/campaign off the ground. More information on the Small Grant Scheme here.
Student Mental Health Agreement Project
Think Positive’s Student Mental Health Agreement project (SMHA) is a collaboration project between the student’s association and college/university. The project sets a clear framework to help promote and develop their mental health support offer for students.
Student Mental Health Research
Improving mental health and wellbeing support for Scotland’s students
In 2020 Think Positive, funded by the Scottish Government, commissioned research to evaluate the effectiveness of student mental health support in Scotland and to support the FE and HE sectors to further develop appropriate practice in the delivery of mental health and wellbeing services to students. It is believed to be the first of its kind in Scotland, covering both further and higher education students.
Each month Think Positive organises and facilitates a space for representatives from colleges, universities and student’s associations across Scotland meet to discuss the challenges and opportunities they are facing around topics relating to student mental health. It provides an opportunity for them to connect, learn from each other and share best practice.
Think Positive Hub
The landscape of student mental health in Scotland is ever changing, it’s difficult to keep up! The Think Positive Hub brings together all of the projects, services, resources, training and news relating to student mental health together in one place, for students and those who support them to easily access.