We all have mental health

We Won’t Wait

Too many promises and a pandemic later, people are still being left behind. Rejected referrals, indeterminate waiting times and inadequate support. So here’s the deal. We won’t wait.

SAMH has been there for Scotland’s mental health for almost 100 years.

We’ve delivered care and support to thousands, we’ve spoken out, stood up, and most importantly, we have listened. We’re tried, tested and trusted, but now it’s time for more.

We are stepping up, so that SAMH can reach everyone who needs us. Click on the button below to find out more about our new 2021-24 strategy.

What we’re going to do

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