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A Chance for Change

This report details your feedback and a number of outcomes you told us you want to see from the refresh of the Scottish Government's Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy.






Let’s do Peer Group Facilitation

A new co-designed resource with four free guides to help you run your own peer support group.


Making engagement more meaningful infographic

A nifty infographic highlighting the key points that you said makes engagement meaningful.

Making Recovery Real in Dundee 6 years on

Launched in 2015 this initiative continues to use a co-production approach that puts people with lived experience at the centre of decision making, service design and practice development.

Moving from consultation to co-design

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.



Recovery Conversation Café

This toolkit supports you to run your own recovery conversation café. It helps you to engage with people in a meaningful way to find out what is important to them.


Scottish Recovery Network Strategic plan

A new future for mental health outlines how we will work with others to create a recovery focused mental health system that is powered by lived experience and embraces peer support.



What makes engagement meaningful?

We hosted three national discussion events. The events focused on gathering views and experiences on what makes engagement truly meaningful. This interim report shares your feedback and insights.

What makes peer support unique?

We asked people from across Scotland what makes peer support unique? This short animation highlights what they said.

What we Nourish will Flourish

Grampian Public Empowerment Group are working to create change around traditional consultation approaches, to develop more meaningful lived experience involvement through co-production.