Stigma Free Lanarkshire are committed to bringing people together to help influence change and reduce mental health stigma. We have created a variety of resources to help you tackle mental health stigma and discrimination, and join the movement for change.
Stigma Free Lanarkshire Tools
Stigma Free Lanarkshire have put together 5 simple tips for how to have a caring conversation with somebody that has reached out to you. These tips are intended to be used as a guide for conversations.
See Me have created a card to help children and young people talk about mental health and get help and support.
See Me Communities Can Toolkit contains information, session plans, tools and resources which can be used to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.
FeelsFM is an online platform to help young people to express their feelings, use music as a positive coping strategy, and find new ways to talk about mental health.
Kooth is a free, anonymous online mental health support service for young people aged 10 to 18 and those aged up to 26-years-old who are care experienced.
Help with mental-health problems ranging from mild stresses right through to complex and long-standing difficulties.
SilverCloud for helping young people, an evidence based approach to support children and young people who are struggling with anxiety.
Time to Talk Day is the nation’s biggest mental health conversation. Happening every year, it’s a day for friends, families, communities, and workplaces to come together to talk, listen and change lives.
Mental Health Awareness Week is a national campaign to raise awareness around mental stigma and discrimination.
Place2Be launched the first-ever Children’s Mental Health Week in 2015 to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health.
Walk a Mile is a great community event which brings people together to walk and talk about mental health.
A social media campaign that focuses on the community coming together to share what we do to look after our mental health and a positive message of hope, that is free from stigma and discrimination.
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Get involved in planning and developing mental health and social care services in Lanarkshire.