Mental health and wellbeing campaigns

Find out about the different campaigns to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing, tackle stigma and discrimination, and to bring about change.

Ongoing campaigns

See Me is Scotland's programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.

Mental Health Awareness Week - In 2017 the theme was 'Survive and Thrive', members of the public submitted suggestions of books they read for their mental wellbeing. View the icon Wellbeing Book List [251Kb].

Suicide Prevention Week - Each year, partners work together to raise awareness of the key suicide prevention message: "Suicide.  Don't hide it. Talk about it." as part of the ongoing programme of suicide prevention during Suicide Prevention Week in September.

Wellbeing Campaigns Calendar 2018 - PLUS Perth have created icon a calendar [576Kb] to highlight the Wellbeing campaigns taking place in 2018.

2018 Suicide Prevention Week

National Suicide Prevention Week aims to raise awareness of suicide, encourage people to talk about mental health and wellbeing openly, and provide information about agencies that offer support. In many cases, help and support from communities can make a real difference and save lives - as reflected by the key message of Suicide Prevention Week: "Working Together to Prevent Suicide."

Suicide Prevention Week 2018 will officially take place between Monday 10th September and Friday 16th September. View a list of the icon events [387Kb] across the whole campaign.

Mindspace Recovery College will be running courses during Suicide Prevention Week. Book a place on a icon course [427Kb] before attending.