Our latest opinion piece for The Scotsman explores co-production, power and people.
Using co-production, Making Recovery Real puts people with lived experience at the centre of decision making, service design and practice development.
This case study shares learning on how to develop meaningful engagement opportunities for and with people with lived experience.
To mark Co-production Week Scotland our Network Officer Holly Hendry has written an opinion blog for Third Force News.
Live or work in Scotland? Want to support the development of peer roles and approaches? Join us as we explore what makes peer support unique?
Are you looking for help to develop peer roles and approaches? This short animation explores what Peer2Peer is and how to get involved.
In this Scotsman opinion piece our Director, Louise Christie highlights the crucial contribution of people with lived experience in addressing mental health inequalities.
The Scottish Government has launched a new £15 million Communities Mental Health & Wellbeing Fund to support adult community-based initiatives.
Ann Jones, Manager at the Mental Health Network (Greater Glasgow), talks to Iriss.fm about recovery conversation cafés - what they are, how they work and what they achieve.
Practical ideas for meaningful engagement. A free online sharing and learning event for Co-production Week Scotland 2021.