Our Work

SAMH operates over 60 services in communities across Scotland.

Our services are person centred and based on an ethos of recovery. For details of our local services get in touch on 0141 530 1000, available 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Going Forth

Provides a range of sessions supporting individuals to understand their mental wellbeing through peer support, promoting recovery in a community setting. You can self refer by calling 01383 623179.

Employability

Evergreen

Improving and maintaining people's mental health and wellbeing through a programme of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture. You can self refer by calling 01592 260534.

Therapeutic Horticulture

Fife Support Services

Working with people with significant mental health problems in their homes, promoting recovery within communities. Referral is via NHS Fife.

Care Homes

Inverclyde HS ARBD

Offers high levels of support to people within their own tenancies, enabling them to achieve personal goals and inclusion in the wider community. Referral is via a primary care team, care manager or Community Mental Health Team.

Housing Support

Gateways To

Enables people to establish positive links within their community to improve health & wellbeing, reduce isolation and promote recovery. Referral is via a GP or Care Manager. For more information call the service on 01475 806013.

Community Engagement

Gateways

Enables people to establish positive links within their community to improve health & wellbeing, reduce isolation and promote recovery. Referral is via a GP or Care Manager. For more information call the service on 01475 806013.

Community Engagement

Peer Support and Employability Service

This programme is delivered in connection with the NHS Network service for individuals receiving support for mental health problems and addictions. We support people to develop their own personal recovery and employability pathway including peer support groups.

Employment

Positive Steps North Ayrshire

Engages with people to help access resources in their communities, working in a person centred way to achieve their own outcomes. Referral is via a GP, Primary Care Team, Community Mental Health Team or Care Manager. For more information call the service on 01294 604384.

Community Engagement

The Hive

The Hive is an activity centre and coffee bar situated in the grounds of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital that provides activities for in-patients of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. All referrals are via the Ward Staff.

Community Engagement

Borders Support Service

This service provides housing support, emotional and practical support to over people with mental health problems. If you are self funding please call us on 01896 758362. All other access is via a referral from a Care Manager to Borders Social Work Department.

Housing Support

Community Links

The service provides post-discharge support for Service users from the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. It is a transitional service supporting people to increase their skills and confidence, improve access and engagement in their community, offer coping strategies for mental wellbeing and help develop social inclusion.

Community Engagement

Experience Counts & Well Informed

A Peer Support service which facilitates access to Self Management Tools, Community Engagement: It is Recovery and Outcomes focussed. For further information call Experiences Counts on 01698 265659 and Well-Informed on 0800 0730918.

Peer Support

Falkirk Support Service

Working with people to to promote recovery, support independent living, community engagement and social inclusion.

Housing Support

Redhall

Redhall Walled Garden is a beautiful 18th Century Walled Garden which offers training in horticulture, conservation, maintenance skills, ICT/admin and life skills for people with mental health problems. For information call 0131 443 0946.

Therapeutic Horticulture

West Lothian

The Service provides housing support to people who are experiencing mental health problems. If you are self funding please call us on 01506 635581. All other access is via a referral from a Care Manager to West Lothian Council Central Matching Team.

Housing Support

ARBD Hoddam

An Alcohol Related Brain Damage supported accommodation service. The model of support is harm reduction working towards abstinence. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Mental Health Outreach

ARBD Southside Response

Working with people who have Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD) supporting independent living skills. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Mental Health Outreach

ARBD Tormusk

Working with people who have Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD) supporting independent living skills. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Mental Health Outreach

Aberdeenshire Choose Life

Working in partnership with stakeholders throughout Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire to promote suicide prevention and build suicide-safer communities. For further information contact Iain Murray 07772 565385.

Suicide Prevention

Active Living

ALBA is the new SAMH sport and physical activity project. The programme aims to increase levels of physical activity with people who aren’t active and encourage long term behaviour change.

Nationwide

Angus Community Support Network

Working with people who are caring for someone at risk of suicide. Providing both 1-2-1 and group based approaches to empower people to develop strategies that benefit both them, and the person they care for. To access this service please call 01674 676494.

Suicide Prevention

Bellahouston

A mental health service supporting up to 5 adults. We take a recovery approach and support individuals towards greater independence. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Bloomfield Road

Working with people who are or have been at risk of homelessness to develop independent living skills and strategies that promote self-resilience. Referral is via Aberdeen City Council's Homelessness Department.

Supported Accommodation

Brisbane

A women only mental health supported accommodation service. We take a recovery approach and support individuals towards greater independence. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Cassiltoun Youth

Support is offered to young people aged 16-24 to find, establish and maintain their own homes. We support young people towards educational and employment opportunities.

Mental Health Outreach

Chrysalis Tayside NHS

Working with people to support their recovery journey by developing self-resilience and employability skills through Therapeutic Horticulture Activities. Please call the team on 01382 826938.

Therapeutic Horticulture

Community Directions

A community based service for people who are homeless with alcohol addiction issues with a focus on harm reduction and resettlement. Referral is via a Housing Officer, Case Worker or Care Manager via Glasgow City Council Homelessness Partnership.

Homelessness

Constitution Street

Working with people who have significant mental illnesses to achieve personal outcomes which promote sustainable resilience and independent living skills. Referral is via a Social Work Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Drumchapel

Working with people in their recovery from poor mental health. We offer support in areas such as daily living skills, health and well being, social activities, budgeting, emotional support, training and volunteer work. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Dundee SMHO & Dundee Carers Service

Working with people throughout Dundee City to gain and strengthen personal resilience and independent living skills within their own home. Referral is via the Community Mental Health Team.

Housing Support

Easterhill

A mental health supported accommodation service helping up to 7 adults. We take a recovery approach and support individuals towards greater independence. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Employ Able

SAMH's Employ Able programme, in partnership with Poppy Scotland, provides one to one support for veterans to help them to identify employment goals and to overcome any barriers to employment. For a referral please call 0131 550 1568 or email d.pringle@poppyscotland.org.uk.

Nationwide

Employability Support for Veterans Families

This service offers one to one support on achieving employment goals, personal development, job searching and work preparation. To refer to this service please contact employment@samh.org.uk.

Employment

George Street

Working with people who have significant and complex mental illnesses to achieve personal outcomes which promote sustainable resilience and independent living skills. Referral is via a Social Work Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Glasgow Personalisation

Glasgow personalisation service supports people with mental health problems to manage and maintain their tenancies and access activities in their community. If you are self funding please call SAMH on 0141 530 1000. Other access is via referral from a Care Manager.

Mental Health Outreach

Glenlora

A move on Care Home service for people with significant mental health issues engaging in their recovery in the community. To find out about referral call 0141 276 4845.

Homelessness

Greater Pollock South West

Working collaboratively with homelessness services in Glasgow, delivering housing support to people and their families experiencing or at risk of homelessness.Referral is via a Housing Officer, Case Worker or Care Manager via Glasgow City Council Homelessness Partnership.

Homelessness

Individual Placement and Support

Individual Placement Support (IPS) is a tailored programme aimed at supporting people with severe and enduring mental health issues into employment at their own pace. Referral is via the Community Mental Health Team.

Employment

Jamieson Place

Working with people who have significant mental illnesses to achieve personal outcomes which promote sustainable resilience and independent living skills. Referral is via a Community Mental Health Team.

Community Engagement

Ledmore

Ledmore service provides various supports to people with mental health problems such as daily living skills, health and wellbeing, social activities, budgeting, emotional support, training and voluntary work. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Maryhill

A mental health service supporting up to 10 adults. We take a recovery approach and support individuals towards greater independence. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Mental Health Outreach Homelessness

Outreach is a homeless service working with people who have mental health problems, across Glasgow. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Homelessness

Moray SMHO & Moray Support Services

Working with people throughout Moray to gain and strengthen personal resilience and independent living skills within their own home. Referral is via the Community Mental Health Team.

Mental Health Outreach

Muirshiel

Engage supports individuals experiencing homelessness and poor mental health who are committed to their recovery to successfully reintegrate into community living. To find out about referral call 0141 276 4845.

Homelessness

My Life Dynamic

Providing a wide range of solution focused and resilience promoting interventions throughout Aberdeenshire to empower people in their recovery journey. To find out more about the service and what it can offer call 0300 1234 667 or email us at enquiries@mylifedynamic.org.uk

Community Engagement

NEWEL Housing Benefit

The service offers Supported Accommodation and outreach to 25 adults who are/have experienced long term mental health problems. If you are self funding please call us on 01506 636234. All other access is via a referral from a Care Manager to West Lothian Council Central Matching Team.

Housing Support

Perth SMHO & Perth Group Homes

Working with people throughout Perth and Kinross to gain and strengthen personal resilience and independent living skills within their own home. Referral is via the Community Mental Health Team.

Mental Health Outreach

Rathlin

Engage supports individuals experiencing homelessness and poor mental health who are committed to their recovery to successfully reintegrate into community living. To find out about referral call 0141 276 4845.

Homelessness

Rosemore (Stirling)

Rosemore Supported Accommodation provides a home for seven service users whose ages span the generations and whose needs are all completely different. Referral is via a Care Manager to the Falkirk Council Central Matching Team.

Supported Accommodation

SORTED

Supports people in East Dunbartonshire to pursue volunteering, education and employment in order to maintain on going recovery from addiction. Referral is via any Addiction Service or Community SMART meeting.

Addictions

Tenancy Support

Working with people who have experienced significant mental health problems to provide emotional and practical support on a daily basis. Please call 01506 636234 to speak to the team.

Housing Support

The Foundry

East Dunbartonshire’s community rehabilitation service for those recovering from addiction problems: providing individual support, Tools For Living and SMART Recovery. Referral is via the East Dunbartonshire Alcohol and Drug service.

Addictions

West End

A mental health supported accommodation service for up to 10 adults. We take a recovery approach and support individuals towards greater independence. Referral is via a Care Manager.

Supported Accommodation

Whins of Milton (Stirling)

Is a Supported Accommodation model for people with significant mental health problems. Support is person centred and recovery focused. Referral is via a Care Manager to the Falkirk Council Central Matching Team.

Supported Accommodation

Work Choice

Work Choice is a voluntary programme aimed at supporting people with disabilities who want to work. We offer one-to-one appointments to provide personal development and mental health support. Referral is via your Disability Employment Advisor.

Nationwide

Work Programme

We offer one to one support to identify and remove any barriers to employment along with Tools for Living personal development workshops. Referral is via Job Centre Plus.

Nationwide

North College Street Care Home

Empowering people with significant mental illnesses to increase their self-management skills as an alternative to in-patient hospital admission.

Supported Accommodation

Angus Peer Support Network

Bringing people with personal experience of being at risk from suicide together in a supportive environment to share their experiences, support each other and develop personal strategies that are life promoting. To access this service please call 01674 676494.

Suicide Prevention

Edinburgh Support Services

This service supports independent living skills for people in areas such as daily living skills, health and safety and becoming more involved in their local community. If you are self funding please call us on 0131 5537782. All other access is via a referral from a Care Manager to City of Edinburgh Council Central Matching Team.

Housing Support

Mayfield Service

Offers flexible support to 5 individuals. Highly trained staff promote, choice, recovery, community integration and encourage independence. Referral is via a Care Manager to the Falkirk Council Central Matching Team.

Supported Accommodation

Angus Specialist Mental Health Outreach Service

Working with people throughout Angus to gain and strengthen personal resilience and independent living skills within their own home. To access this service call 01674 676494.

Mental Health Outreach

  • Service Key
  • Addictions
  • Active Living
  • Care Homes
  • Community Engagement
  • Employability
  • Employment
  • Homelessness
  • Housing Support
  • Mental Health Outreach
  • Nationwide
  • Peer Support
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Supported Accommodation
  • Therapeutic Horticulture

Here are some of the types of services we offer across Scotland:

Therapeutic Horticulture

Our horticulture services have a therapeutic impact on mental health recovery.

Peer support

Our peer support workers, each with their own experience of mental health problems, support others towards recovery. 

Employability

Our National Employment Team helps people into work, training or education.

Community Engagement

We support people living with mental health problems towards recovery and engagement in the wider community.

Homelessness

We provide preventative work and practical support to individuals who are homeless or at risk.

Addictions

We help people in their recovery from addiction.   

Active Living

We champion active living as a vehicle for improving and maintaining good mental health and wellbeing. 

Suicide prevention

Everyday SAMH works to prevent suicide through interventions and training.

Supported Accommodation

We provide emotional and practical support to people on a daily basis including living skills to help them keep their home.

Mental Health Outreach

Provides housing support and outreach to people in their own homes where staff support people to develop, regain and maintain independent living skills.