Welcome to the Mental Health Network (Greater Glasgow)

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 in the Greater Glasgow area.


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Our new website dedicated to Advance Statements is now open!


Selena, a Holistic Therapist, is very kindly offering free Reiki sessions

to our members:

CALM - Preventing Male Suicide

NHS Online Patient

Feedback System

The Restart Project is a Glasgow wide NHS project which aims to assist those who have or are recovering from mental ill health.

Choice and Medication - information about mental health conditions and the medication used to treat them. This is designed to compliment mental health information available on the NHS inform website.

Choose Life

Scotland's national strategy and action plan to prevent suicide in Scotland

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.

NHS Service Directory 2015

Mental Health Human Rights Guide

Carers Trust Scotland

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

Health Service Journal, Nursing Times and NHS Improving Quality need your help to work out how best to bring about the right type of change in the NHS

Hospital Closures and the new South Glasgow Hospitals

Financial Advice Service

Did you know you can ask your GP practice or any other health care profession for a referral to the NHS Money Advice Service?

Mental Health Foundation Guide

NHS GG+C New Hospitals Guide

Petal are an organisation for people experiencing trauma and loss.

Lifelink - Manage Stress and Improve your Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

The Advocacy Project

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.

Time and Space - Support for people who hear voices or Self-Harm

Glasgow Women's Library

GAMH Later Life Matters Project

LGBT Health and Wellbeing

Mind Waves is a space to read and share positive news about mental wellbeing.

The Moira Anderson Foundation is dedicated to supporting those affected by childhood sexual abuse.

Open Glasgow Community Map

LGBT Age Services

Common Wheel supports people with mental illness by providing meaningful activities

WEvolution service for groups of women

Reach Counselling Service

Cuppa Club for Carers

Bluebell Baby Massage Support Group

Flourish House - A solid foundation for mental health recovery

Dementia Friends Sessions

Wellbeing Services, South Glasgow (formerly SPCMH)

Art in the Gart

SAMH's Community Support Network Service

H4U - Working Together to Improve Youth Health

Supporting youth providers to develop a health improvement focus.

Scottish Mental Health Service for Deaf People

Scottish Recovery Network - What Helps and Hinders

Women's Self Injury Helpline

Sunday Social Recovery Cafe, Easterhouse

Govan Law Centre

Parkhead Rights Hub

Govan Law Centre

Gartnavel Rights Hub

Govan Law Centre

Stobhill Rights Hub

Govan Law Centre

Know Your Rights Poster

GAMH Talking about Mental Health project

Theatre Nemo

Community Taiko Drumming Project:

Men's Shed Project

Mindwaves - Free Social Media Workshops

Navigate - Free Advice on Housing and Benefits, Every Tuesday from 1-4 pm and Friday from 10am-1pm

Mindwave Community

Correspondent Article

Mindwaves are looking for Community Correspondents:

First Step Group - Drop-in Centre, East Glasgow

Helping Heroes

Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership info

Volunteer With Re:Connect

Partners in Advocacy provides free and confidential 1-1 independent advocacy to children and young people

Fruitbarra Healthy Eating, Drumchapel

Many Hands Community Garden at Maryhill Community Centre

Gorbals Link Club - Self Help Group

Focusing On Clozapine Unresponsive Symptoms

Building Safer, Kinder, Healthier Communities - COPE Scotland

platForum Volunteers Wanted

The Coach House Trust are looking for volunteers to assist with their workshops, esp with Art, Business, Woodworking, Music, Kitchen and Gardening

Bowls at Kelvingrove

Heriot-Watt University research on in-work poverty: £20 voucher for participants

Research Participants Wanted re Community Compulsory Treatment Orders

Coach House Trust SDS Workshops

Connects 2 Project Jan-Mar

Volunteer With the Hidden Gardens

NHS Inform - Positve Steps to Avoid Trips and Falls

Outside the Box

Digital Inclusion Tips

Coping with Self-Harm Guide

New Theatre Nemo Community Projects

Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Guide

GAMH GP Appointment Guide

Macmillan Cancer Support - Movement in the Mitchell

Mental Wellbeing in Later Life

Coach House Trust

Horticulture Workshops

Coach House Trust volunteering opportunities

Coach House Workshops 2016

Lambhill Stables Work Experience

The Village Storytelling Centre Adult Training Programme

Lambhill Stables Community Hub Women's Group

Gartnavel Growing Spaces 2016

“Adopt a garden bed” scheme

Fool On Mental Health Support Group

Every Tue 1-3, Belshill

LBGT Health and Wellbeing

April-June Programme

Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership

Community Connectors for over 60's and Carers

Perinatal Top Tips

Participants Wanted - factors influencing mental health recovery in the community

Glasgow Momentum Programme - Skills and Development Courses

Belt it OOT NW Glasgow

singing group

COPE Scotland Wellbeing Workshops

Tennis Tasters, Bearsden

Drum Hub Activity Group

Mental Welfare Commission Consultation Event, 13 July

Age in Mind - reducing mental health stigma affecting people over 50 across Scotland

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