The online hub brings together all of the projects, services, resources and news relating to student mental health together in one place, for students and those who support them to easily access.
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Equate Scotland have a useful guide to support students to set up their own women and non-binary people in STEM groups and societies at their college or university.
With Us, For Us provided an opportunity for people living with trauma and/or have been given a diagnosis of personality disorder to share their experiences of accessing services and their ideas for improvement. A Lived Experience Project Group (LEPG) w …
SAMH have released two guides exploring how to live with your thoughts, or how to support someone else experiencing similar thoughts.
Two new guides launched this past week will support people to share and gather lived experiences of suicide in a safe and supported way.
This new guide, 'Our Minds, Our Future' is a how to guide on how to engage young people in mental health service design and delivery.
Scottish Government have produced an introductory guide to the Time Space Compassion principles and approach - a relationship and person centred approach to improving suicidal crisis.
Scottish Recovery Network have recently launched their Let's Develop Peer Roles Toolkit.
This Scottish Recovery Network toolkit supports you to run your own recovery conversation café. It helps you to engage with people in a meaningful way to find out what is important to them.
Advice for students on available Student Support Funding