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Mental health care for all

In this Scotsman opinion piece our Director, Louise Christie highlights the crucial contribution of people with lived experience in addressing mental health inequalities.

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Ann Jones, Manager at the Mental Health Network (Greater Glasgow), talks to about recovery conversation cafés - what they are, how they work and what they achieve. logo

What makes engagement meaningful? – events

A Scottish Recovery Network online discussion event for people interested in making engagement with people with lived experience meaningful.

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Sharing the power!- event

Join Scottish Recovery Network as we explore what peer facilitators need to ensure peer groups are a great experience for all.

Peer2Peer Programme starts!

This month we celebrate the start of the Peer2Peer Development Programme with the first online event! Scottish Recovery Network’s Holly Hendry tells us more.

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Health of the Nation

Our Acting Director, Louise Christie wrote a think piece for Holyrood Magazine about a new future for mental health in Scotland.

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Communities channel relaunches!

Communities Channel Scotland has relaunched! It provides a key online resource to support all the amazing community work happening across the country.


Peer support through fresh eyes

In this guest blog Sue Lyons, Service Manager at SPIRIT Advocacy, tells us how they used the Peer2Peer resources for organisational development.

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Director’s update

Acting Director Louise Christie provides an insight into what is happening at Scottish Recovery Network over the next year.

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Minister launches new toolkit!

Minister for Mental Wellbeing and Social Care, Kevin Stewart MSP has officially launched our 'Run your own Conversation Cafe' toolkit!

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