Habitus Collective have been speaking with partners of Scottish Recovery Network and the wider mental health recovery community to understand the organisation's impact.
Guide 1 is for people preparing to share their lived experiences (individuals). Guide 2 is for people who support people to share their lived experiences (organisations and services).
An independent evaluation of the Peer2Peer Development Programme by Ruthless Research.
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NHS Lanarkshire Personality Disorder Working Group, Scottish Recovery Network and people with lived experience collaborated to co-design a new service for people with complex mental health problems.
With Us, For Us provided an opportunity for people living with trauma and/or who have been given a diagnosis of personality disorder to share their experiences of services and their ideas for improvement.
In partnership with VOX Scotland, a project to ensure lived experience engagement in Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s Personality Disorder Programme.
To learn from the experiences of people affected by self-harm we held a series of Recovery Conversation Cafés.