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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
- Service Key
- Active Living
- Care Homes
- Community Engagement
- Housing Support
- Mental Health Outreach
- Peer Support
- Suicide Prevention
- Supported Accommodation
- Therapeutic Horticulture
Here are some of the types of services we offer across Scotland:
Our horticulture services have a therapeutic impact on mental health recovery.
Our peer support workers, each with their own experience of mental health problems, support others towards recovery.
Our National Employment Team helps people into work, training or education.
We support people living with mental health problems towards recovery and engagement in the wider community.
We provide preventative work and practical support to individuals who are homeless or at risk.
We help people in their recovery from addiction.
We champion active living as a vehicle for improving and maintaining good mental health and wellbeing.
Everyday SAMH works to prevent suicide through interventions and training.
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.