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19th February, 2019
Working Together for Wellbeing: 18 April 2019

Are you interested in working together towards individual and community wellbeing in the North of Scotland?

13th March, 2019
The Power of Peers: 7 May 2019

Join SRN in Irvine for this Ayrshire peer support focused event and networking opportunity.

13th March, 2019
Creative writing in support of wellbeing

Phoenix Scribblers in collaboration with artist Helen Moore have created a Zine outlining their approach to Creative writing and wellbeing.

22nd March, 2019

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Making Community Empowerment a reality: 12 March
Join us for a conversation on the role of community-led health in creating change locally in Moray.
28th February, 2019
A recovery focused approach to Participatory Budgeting
Communities working together to have a direct say in how public money is spent is important.
20th February, 2019
Enjoying each other’s creative work
Erin Crombie, Write to Recovery Group Work Facilitator, tells us about one of her highlights from 2018.
11th February, 2019
Using our Experiences to Influence Change: workshops
FVA and SRN are running two workshops to support people to develop their story and explore different ways of sharing.
7th February, 2019
Recovery Lanarkshire: 27 March 2019
Sold out. This event aims to bring people from across Lanarkshire together to promote and celebrate recovery.
28th January, 2019
Peer2Peer used to develop student society
Supporting the development of student society Positive Minds was SRN Network Officer (West) Robert Stevenson's highlight from 2018.
21st January, 2019
Practical Philosophy with Children
Frank Reilly, SRN Director tells us about one of his highlights from 2018.
14th January, 2019
Poems From A Mod: Trauma, Survival & Recovery
Poems From A Mod is a story of recovery from Complex PTSD told through the use of poetry.
9th January, 2019
A dynamic and peer-led approach to Write to Recovery
Emma Monaghan, one of SRN’s Write to Recovery Group Work Facilitators, tells us about one of her highlights from 2018.
8th January, 2019
Getting in on the Act workshop: January 2019
Do you want to learn more about how you can make use of the Community Empowerment Act?
7th January, 2019
Suicide Prevention Plan: Public Engagement Analysis
The Scottish Government Public Engagement Analysis is based on responses received in the development of the Suicide Prevention Action Plan.
10th December, 2018
Free Write to Recovery taster in Glasgow: 13 December
The Mental Health Network Greater Glasgow invites you to a Write to Recovery taster session at The Space.
4th December, 2018
Calling all music enthusiasts!
The Mental Health Foundation are thrilled to announce the launch of MHF Live, a music fundraising initiative.
22nd November, 2018
Pregnancy and Baby Payment launches in December
Social Security Scotland will be accepting applications for the new Pregnancy and Baby Payment from 10 December 2018.
22nd November, 2018
What’s lived experience got to do with it? 30 January 2019
SOLD OUT. You are invited to connect, share and learn from each other at the East of Scotland Network Gathering…
20th November, 2018
Kindness, emotions and human relationships: The blind spot in public policy
Carnegie Fellow, Julia Unwin CBE, has published a report exploring the current challenges of public policy and the importance of kindness.
20th November, 2018
‘What’s On Your Mind?’ See Me tackling stigma in schools
See Me have developed a resource for schools to help tackle the culture of stigma and discrimination.
20th November, 2018
New Certified Community Brokerage Award
The Community Brokerage Network have developed a customised award for community brokerage which is certified and quality assured by SQA.
13th November, 2018
New Write to Recovery group starts in Inverness
You are invited to a new writing group in Inverness.
13th November, 2018
A road well-travelled: recovery poem read at Renfrewshire event
Suzanne Baines read her poem 'A road well-travelled' to over 100 people at Recovery in Renfrewshire.
6th November, 2018
Building Bridges exhibition: 31 October
Dumbarton Area Council on Alcohol (DACA) invite you to the ‘Building Bridges’ photography exhibition.
31st October, 2018
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