We all have mental health

It’s never been more important to look after your mental health and wellbeing.

Anyone can experience a mental health problem or poor mental health: especially now. Whether you’re looking for information or seeking support, we can help.

We are living in ever-changing times.

You might find you are experiencing poor mental health for the first time, or that previous mental health problems feel heightened. There are things you can do to help protect your mental health and wellbeing, or help the people you love who you might be worried about.

SAMH is here for Scotland’s mental health. We provide mental health information and local support, campaign for mental health rights and much more.

Visit our information hub

Can you help?

Talking is one of the first steps to improving mental health. It can help someone who is at their lowest point. It could save someone’s life.

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Fundraising at home toolkit

Our resources will help you get the most out of fundraising online and at home.

SAMH Stories

Read from the people we support, our staff and the people who fundraise for SAMH.

Resources for teachers

Our e-learning resource equips teachers with skills to support good mental health.

Looking to volunteer and give your time or maybe fundraising is your thing? Or want to share your story? We are here to support you when you decide!

5 ways to improve your mental health

Evidence suggests there are five ways to improve our mental wellbeing: be active, connect, learn, give and take notice.

5 ways to better well-being

Latest SAMH news

Latest News, Comment and Blogs from SAMH

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