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Caring & Mental Health: A Survey of Carers in Lanarkshire

Last year in partnership with NLCT and LCC, we carried out a survey of unpaid carers in Lanarkshire to find out if they were being affected by mental health stigma and discrimination.

Health & Social Care Seminar

Stigma Free Lanarkshire, in partnership with NHS Lanarkshire and See Me, invited thirty one Health and Social Care locality leaders to come together to lead the way in putting an end to mental health stigma and discrimination

New College Lanarkshire (Coatbridge Campus)

This month, the team delivered presentations to HNC and HND Counselling students at New College Lanarkshire (Coatbridge Campus)

Stigma Free Wishaw

This week, Stigma Free Lanarkshire were at University Hospital Wishaw for their Pause 4 Staff event, aimed at promoting staff well-being.

North Lanarkshire Carers Together and Carer Positive

NLCT signed their Stigma Free Lanarkshire Pledge to action after working with the SFL team to create an action plan for tackling stigma and discrimination as an employer.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Lanarkshire 2019-2020

Lanarkshire has launched ‘Getting It Right for Every Person’ (GIRFEP) A Mental Health & Wellbeing Strategy for Lanarkshire (2019-2024)’.

NLCT Workshop

Stigma Free Lanarkshire are working in collaboration with North Lanarkshire Carers Together to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.

New social media campaign launched on World Mental Health Day

We asked real people to share their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination to highlight that we all have a part to play in tackling stigma.

Lanarkshire schools pilot project

Five Lanarkshire schools have now completed the first phase of an exciting pilot programme to tackle stigma and improve mental health for young people.

Inter-generational event

Airdrie Academy hosted an inter-generational event at their Mental Health Festival to promote good mental health for all.

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