Mental Health Network (Greater Glasgow) Suite 11, Templeton Business Centre 62 Templeton Street Glasgow G40 1DA +44 (0) 141 550 8417 Scottish Charity Number SCO32115

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Welcome to the Mental Health Network

Greater Glasgow and Clyde

We are a service-user led charity which acts as a collective advocacy voice for people with a lived experience of mental-ill health and their carers.

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Please Note - As our Home page was was getting too cluttered, we moved a lot of content to our Links page, which now contains a lot of information.

Our new website dedicated to Advance Statements can be found here:

advancestatementscotland.org

News/Events/Info

Scottish Mental Health Service for Deaf People

Dennistoun Conversation Cafe

Age in Mind Film Workshops

Carers Info

Carers Trust Scotland

Guide to develop awareness of carers’ needs amongst healthcare professionals and to recognise carers as partners in care

GAMH Carers Support

The Carers Support Project operates on a city wide basis across Glasgow. Carers workers are based within our Service centres promoting partnership working externally with carers centres and allowing carers easy access to the service centres health and well being opportunities and forums.

For people with bipolar disorder and their carers, family and friends.
2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.
No need for referral, just come along on the night.

Cuppa Club for Carers

Support in Mind Scotland seek to support and empower all those affected by mental illness, including family members, carers
and supporters

Public Life Matters Survey 2017

New Recovery Cafe at the

Whiteinch Centre

Loss, Grief & Bereavement Course , September

The See Me Campaign Want To Hear Your Views About The New Mental Health Strategy

Drum Hub Activity Group

Bereavement and Blether Cafe, Bridgeton Library

Good Vibrations Music Workshops

at Gartnavel

Wise Women Glasgow Free

10 Week Personal Safety Course

Time and Space Hearing Voices Support in Glasgow

First Step Group - Drop-in Centre, East Glasgow

Building Safer, Kinder, Healthier Communities - COPE Scotland

Glasgow Momentum Programme - Skills and Development Courses

Sunday Social Recovery Cafe, Easterhouse

Reiki Relaxation

with Aromatherapy Oils

Theatre Nemo Community Choir - New Members Welcome

LGBT Age Services

Outside the Box

Digital Inclusion Tips

GAMH Talking about Mental Health project

Changing Minds Mental Health Group, West Glasgow

New Theatre Nemo Community Projects

The Village Storytelling Centre Adult Training Programme

Fool On Mental Health Support Group

Every Tue 1-3, Belshill

Love Singing Choir, Calvay Centre, Barlanark

Perinatal Illness Info

Conversation Sessions

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