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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Aware and empowered sessions - a free two hour educational programme utilising testimonial storytelling and educational information paired with group discussions to cultivate an impactful session.
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.
The Hub for Success (HfS) supports care experienced individuals to get in, stay in, and return to college and university.
A new project has been launched to help young, ethnic minority people explore their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination through photography.
More information about the one-year Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Transition Fund.
Scottish Recovery Network are hosting Peer Connects - a trio of free participatory online events to connect, share and learn with people passionate about the power of peer support.
College Development Network are offering a free, online course for all staff working in colleges and students' associations focused on Corporate Parenting.
Premiered at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, this short film, created by the With Us, For Us Lived Experience Group, uses storytelling, photography, and artwork to explore different experiences of living with trauma
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 …