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Take part: Making Peer Practical

We're excited to announce a new practical and collaborative development programme to help you plan and deliver peer support activities.

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Keep the Heid peer support groups

This month we are shining a spotlight on the Keep the Heid community-based peer support groups.

Your Experience Counts: Improving self-harm support

To learn from the experiences of people affected by self-harm we held a series of Recovery Conversation Caf├ęs.

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Get involved in the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival!

The theme is 'Revolution' and the festival wants to hear from communities, organisations and artists who want to develop events in their local area.

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Get your free Bump, Birth & Beyond peer support guide!

Let's do Peer Support: Bump, Birth & Beyond is a new resource co-designed to help you plan and deliver perinatal peer support.

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The Neuk – A Safe Place

An independent evaluation, of this peer-led mental health crisis centre in Perth, highlights the profound and meaningful impact it has on people accessing support.


Learning from the Peer2Peer pilot

A new report outlining the findings from an independent evaluation of the Peer2Peer Development Programme.

A safe and supportive experience for Edinburgh mums

Let's do Peer Support: Bump, Birth and Beyond is coming soon! Here's a sneaky peek at one of the case studies from this new perinatal resource.

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Creating Positive Change: Your Views on our Impact

Scottish Recovery Network Director Louise Christie presents a new visual report outlining your views on our impact.

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New First Minister for Scotland

We would like to congratulate Humza Yousaf MSP on his appointment of First Minister for Scotland and welcome the new cabinet.