is a support network that enables mental health service users and carers in Argyll & Clyde to participate as equal partners in the development of services and the promotion of well-being and recovery.
t: 0141 847 8900 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
AdvoCard is a service user-led, independent advocacy organisation in Edinburgh. It provides both individual and collective advocacy for people with experience of mental health issues with the aim of providing opportunities for people to participate more effectively in decisions that affect all aspects of their lives. As an organization, AdvoCard is commited to equality, inclusion and human rights.
t: 0131 554 5307 e: email@example.com
Bipolar Scotland provides support and information to everyone in Scotland who lives with Bipolar Disorder (Including friends, family and carers). We support self-management and inform and educate about the condition.
t: 0141 560 2050 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Edinburgh Patients Council is an independent collective advocacy project for people who use or have used the services of The Royal Edinburgh Hospital. It strengthens the voice of patients and former patients through independent collective advocacy and builds on the foundations established by patients over twenty years.
t: 0131 537 6462 e: email@example.com
Hug Spirit Advocacy is a collective advocacy group representing the interests of mental health service users across the Highlands. It campaigns to improve the rights, services and treatment of people with mental health problems in the Highlands.
t: 01463 719366 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Klacksun works in partnership with Clackmannanshire Council and local NHS services. Through this relationship, it provides a forum for people with mental health problems to consider, review and develop principles and practices in relation to these services.
t: 01259 215048 e: email@example.com
Lanarkshire Links is a mental health service user and carer led organisation whose members support each other to become involved in the planning, design, implementation and monitoring of mental health services in Lanarkshire.
t: 01698 265232 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health Network (Greater Glasgow) is a service user led organisation that gathers the experiences and opinions of people who have used mental health services in the Greater Glasgow area. It believes that service users possess valuable insight into services that will prove invaluable to service providers.
t: 0141 550 8417 e: email@example.com
New Horizons Borders was founded in 1993 to provide facilities independent of conventional mental health services. It also provides informal meeting places across the Borders where members can access mutual support and develop friendships.
t: 01896 755510 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plus Perth & Kinross is a charitable company led by people who have used mental health services. PLUS objectives include the promotion of mental health as everyone’s concern, challenging stigma, influencing positive changes in mental health services and promoting a fair and inclusive society.
t: 01738 626242 e: email@example.com
Scottish Dementia Working Group is a national campaigning group run by people with dementia. It is the independent voice of people with dementia within Alzheimer Scotland. The Group campaigns to improve services for people with dementia and to improve attitudes towards people with dementia.
t: 0141 418 3939 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
User and Carer Involvement is a Scottish charity operating across Dumfries and Galloway. Its mission is to provide a representative voice for people who have mental illness, dementia or learning disabilities and their families and carers and as a result, ensure positive changes in service provision. We achieve this through consulting with groups and individuals to provide collective advocacy and also can provide one to one advocacy.
t: 01387 255330 e: mailto:email@example.com
West Dunbartonshire Mental Health Forum is a group of people and carers from West Dunbartonshire who have experienced mental health difficulties. The Forum offers a place for people to meet and share their thoughts on West Dunbartonshire’s mental health services and to influence the wider community.
t: 01389 742294 e: firstname.lastname@example.org