See Me is Scotland's national programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination. We are encouraging people to take action to make a difference.
Mental health is part of everyone’s day to day life, it affects all of us, but there is still a stigma around it. To tackle this properly we need to help young people to understand that it is okay not to be okay and you can talk about it. We also need the adults in young people's lives to understand how to talk about it and how best to support young people.
We work with adults and young people and have many things that can help support you. We have loads of information to help young people to speak about their mental health.
We’ve got videos, things to share, information on our campaigns, details on the See Me See Change approach to tackling mental health stigma and discrimination, our ‘What’s on your mind?’ schools pack and tips on getting help.
We also asked our volunteers for their advice on how you can tell someone if you're struggling. Whatever you're going through, remember, it’s okay not to be okay.
Main website address
If in need or urgent help for your mental health contact :
Breathing Space Scotland - https://breathingspace.scot/
Samaritans - https://www.samaritans.org/?nation=scotland
Childline - https://www.childline.org.uk/
Telephone : 0141 5301111
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/seemescotland
X (Formally Twitter) : https://twitter.com/seemescotland
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/seemescotland/
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Referral Method : Self