Scottish Ambulance Service Seeks Public Input on Mental Health Crisis Response

Scottish Ambulance Service Seeks Public Input on Mental Health Crisis Response

The Scottish Ambulance Service, in collaboration with mental health charity See Me, is conducting a survey to gather public input on how they respond to mental health emergencies. Have your say, your voice matters.

West Lothian Pride 2024

Celebrate Pride at Reconnect Howden Park Centre for a day filled with celebration, love, and acceptance. The event will take place on Saturday 27 July 2024, from 11 am - 5 pm.

Cold Water and Yoga Workshop

Join Mind Body & Soul Yoga on Sunday 7 July for an unforgettable experience filled with cold water dipping, breath work, yoga, and an opportunity to connect with others.

Volunteer Week 2024

Volunteer Week Scot is taking place from Monday 3 June - Sunday 9 June 2024 and is celebrating it's 40th Birthday!

Carers Week 2024

Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness about the challenges unpaid carers face, taking place on 10 - 16 June 2024.

Loneliness Awareness Week 2024

Loneliness Awareness Week 2024 will be held from 10 to 16 June.

Visit the new Peer Recovery Hub!

Scottish Recovery Network has launched a new online resource full of free tools, events, and opportunities to inspire you to develop and champion peer support for mental health recovery

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024

Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from Monday 13 – Sunday 19 May 2024.

Dementia Awareness Week at West Lothian College

Join us at West Lothian College for a special Information Day during Dementia Awareness Week!

Stress Awareness Month 2024

April is recognised as National Stress Awareness Month to bring attention to the negative impact of stress.

University Mental Health Day 2024

University Mental Health Day is an annual day to start conversations about student mental health.

Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel 2024

Join Sustrans for the 15th year celebration of the UK’s biggest inter-school walking, wheeling, scooting and cycling to school competition.

The People's Conference

The People's Conference is organised by and for people with experience of mental health issues and this year it was all about housing and mental health.

Free digital support helpline provided by People Know How

The Connecting Scotland Helpline provides digital support to anyone in Scotland. It is free to call and is open from Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm.

Celebrating 20 years of Breathing Space

Breathing Space celebrates its 20th Anniversary on 1 Feb 2024.

Time to Talk Day 2024

Time to Talk Day is the largest national conversation about mental health.

Worried this winter?

If you are worried about energy bills and the cost of living this winter, the Citizens Advice network is here to help.

New hub for West Lothian youth at 101

A fantastic new space for West Lothian young people has opened up in The Centre, Livingston.

Senior People’s Forum for people aged 60+ living in West Lothian

West Lothian Council extends an invitation to people aged 60+ living in West Lothian to attend the Senior People’s Forum. Your opportunity to share your views and experiences of living in West Lothian.

Peer Chat Live at Lunch, with the Scottish Recovery Network

Peer Chat Live at Lunch! is a 30-minute online discussion and live Q&A. It’s broadcast live to the Scottish Recovery Facebook and Twitter channels.

Free re-usable period products now available to order

West Lothian Council is making free re-usable period products available for local residents.

Mental health research opportunity for heart attack patients

The University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian are looking for participants for a research study examining hospital care experiences of patients who have a mental illness and who have been admitted to hospital for a heart attack.

Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month

Men's Health Awareness Month, is a worldwide annual campaign that encourages men to talk about their mental health.

The SANE Creative Awards Scheme is open again!

The SANE Creative Awards Scheme aims to improve the quality of life for people with mental health problems, their carers and families by supporting their artistic ambitions and helping fulfill their creative potential.

The Voice Conversation Café

West Lothian Mental Health Forum run The Voice, which is a collective group for individuals with lived/living experience of addiction. This event will be part of the National Collaborative Call For Evidence of laws, policies and practices relating to substance use.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Community Ticketing Initiative

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has just launched its Community Ticketing Initiative (CTI) for 2023. These are tickets that have been generously donated by Fringe artists and companies for people living in and around Edinburgh who are at risk, vulnerable, marginalised, isolated or experiencing additional barriers to attending the festival.

Suicide Cultures: Reimagining Suicide Research

Suicide Cultures is a Wellcome Trust funded research programme which aims to explore how suicide is experienced and what suicide means to diverse communities across Scotland and its Islands.

The Priority Services Register in Scotland

The Priority Services Register (PSR) is a free UK wide service which provides extra help during power cuts or when there’s an interruption to your electricity, gas or water supply.

Supporting a mentally healthy workplace

A new digital platform has been launched by the Scottish Government and Public Health Scotland to signpost employers to the information they need to help them develop and implement the right approaches that will support good mental health.