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Staying connected: what people are doing to stay well

A new set of resources share insights and inspiration from people across Scotland on staying well during and after COVID-19 lockdown.

30th July, 2020
Want to be involved in the Living e-Motions project?

We are looking for organisations in Scotland to get involved in a new project exploring story living and recovery.

30th July, 2020
Emma Brown: peer support and me

In this short film, Emma Brown, a Community Champion with See Me, tells us what peer support means to her.

29th July, 2020
Using self management to navigate change: 30 Sept

Join us in this workshop as we think about how our own expertise in self management can help us navigate a changing landscape

16th September, 2020


Creating anxiety and isolation packs for the community
Zandra shares her experience of creating and distributing activity packs to help lessen feelings of anxiety and isolation during COVID-19.
29th July, 2020
Peer Support Line launched in Dundee
We caught up with Michelle Donoghue, a Peer Recovery Development Worker with DVVA, about the recently established Peer Support Line.
25th June, 2020
The Lothian Zoom Room: moving self-help groups online
In this guest blog, Michelle Howieson, a Group Facilitator with Lothian Bipolar Self-help Group, shares her experiences of moving peer…
25th June, 2020
Camillus McElhinney: peer support and me
Camillus has recently been hired as a Peer Worker with Penumbra. He tells us what peer support means to him.
25th June, 2020
Can you tell us about remote peer support happening in Scotland?
SURVEY CLOSED. Tell us about your experiences of delivering or participating and be entered into our £50 Amazon voucher prize…
25th June, 2020
PDA Mental Health Peer Support course goes digital!
Want to get a qualification in mental health peer support but live too far away from anywhere delivering the course?
23rd June, 2020
David Landles: peer support and me
David Landles, a Mental Health Champion with a leading construction company, tells us what peer support means to him.
17th June, 2020
Booking open for June/July conversation cafés!
At this time it is important that we find ways to talk about wellbeing. This is a chance for those…
29th May, 2020
Guest blog: From little seeds
As we continue to adapt to different ways of staying connected during covid-19, our guest blogger Rev James Currall writes…
29th May, 2020
Highland Hello: call to make a small gesture of connection
Highland Hello encourages people to recognise that simple gestures can support us to feel more connected with others.
4th May, 2020
IRISS On…Making Recovery Real
This month we were asked us to submit a short paper about Making Recovery Real to feature in the new…
24th April, 2020
Clear Your head national campaign launches
Scottish Recovery Network are proud to be part of the Scottish Government 'Clear Your Head' national campaign which aims to…
24th April, 2020
A decade of recovery and peer leadership
Huge congratulations to our Network Officer Lesley Smith who is celebrating ten years working with the Scottish Recovery Network!
24th April, 2020
A message from the Scottish Recovery Network
In this time of uncertainty it is important that we look after ourselves and each other.
20th March, 2020
SRN respond to Independent Inquiry into Mental Health Services in Tayside
Scottish Recovery Network have published a response to the Final Report of the Independent Inquiry into Mental Health Services in…
19th March, 2020
Creating a Highland Wellbeing Collective: 27 March
This event has been postponed until further notice.
2nd March, 2020
Fife Peer Support Network Gathering: 19 March
Fife's Mental Health Peer Support Network and SRN are pleased to announce the first Peer Network Gathering.
24th February, 2020
Guest blog: A Strong Sense of Connection
Becky Poyner, a Champion at Moray Wellbeing Hub, gives a personal reflection on the Making Recovery Real showcase in Edinburgh.
19th February, 2020
A recovery focused approach to Participatory Budgeting
Communities working together to have a direct say in how public money is spent is important.
19th February, 2020
Staff changes at Scottish Recovery Network
SRN’s Director, Frank Reilly will be leaving in February 2020.
9th January, 2020
A new future for Mental Health
A new future for mental health Come join us at our launch event, as we…
16th December, 2019