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Introducing SRN

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The Scottish Recovery Network (SRN) was formally launched in 2004 as an initiative designed to raise awareness of recovery from mental health problems.

Since then interest in the concept of recovery has increased greatly in Scotland. We now understand more about what recovery means to people and are thinking carefully about the implications for the way we support people with mental health issues.

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Exciting programme announced for Rights for Life (2-3 June)!
20
May

SRN, See Me and VOX are delighted to announce the programme of this landmark national conference on human rights and mental health recovery.

 
Sustaining hope: recovery in social care services
14
May

SRN’s Louise Christie tells us about a joint project with SAMH that used SRI 2 to enhance recovery practice in their 14 supported living services. 

 
Making recovery real: partnerships announced for new SRN initiative
14
May

SRN are delighted to announce two areas where we will be working with partners on our new Making Recovery Real initiative.