We all have mental health
Anyone can experience a mental health problem. Sharing stories can offer hope and inspiration. Read from the people we support, our staff and the people who fundraise for SAMH.
Speaking out about her mental health has allowed Rachelle to access professional support, and given her the confidence to talk about it others.
Eilis has had ups and downs managing her anxiety but the support she received meant so much to her that she wants to work in mental health to help others.
Despite several suicide attempts, Sue had to try time and time again to get her son Ryan the support he needed from mental health services.
Siobhan and Olivia's story
For a long time, Olivia*, aged 19, has felt different from everyone else. But it took years of pain for her to find out why, and to get her life on track.
Miss Turnbull and pupils from her school decided to take on the SAMH Stomp to get active and raise awareness of mental health.
After a challenging year for all of us, Allana decided to take part in the Virtual SAMH Stomp to do something for others.
Harry, is one many children who have been left behind. His story is one that we want to see an end to; he was rejected from support, leaving his mum feeling defeated.
After being out of education for so long, Calum was terrified to go to college - then he met Laura.
Maddy shares how she's used her experiences of anxiety and post-natal depression to help others by delivering mental health training.