Mental Health support
Every year, one in four people struggle with their mental health.
Our mental health teams are trained to provide trauma-informed support to assist people in their recovery journey.
Ways we can help
We have vast experience working with people who have a range of mental health challenges.
What we do:
- provide emotional, practical, and social support to help people experiencing mental health issues to live as independently as possible
- provide skills and tools to help you manage your mental health
- create a tailored support plan to help you meet the positive outcomes you desire
- work in a trauma-informed way to build relationships, and support people toward recovery and a life of their choice
We offer a range of mental health support services in Central Scotland:
- Our Steps To Resilience programme runs in Edinburgh, Falkirk, and Fife to support young people 12-25 whose mental health has been negatively affected by trauma and disadvantage
- Edinburgh Mental Health Services provide visiting tenancy support for people living in the community who are experiencing severe and enduring mental health issues, enabling them to live as independent a life as possible
- Better Than Well provides a self-help service for people living in Fife who have been affected by childhood trauma, enabling them to recognise, understand, and manage their symptoms
- The Carers' Self-Help Project provides support in Fife for carers of children, young people, and adults with autistic spectrum conditions who struggle with their own mental health
- Fife Temporary Accommodation with Support provides short-term accommodation with support at West Bridge Mill, Kirkcaldy for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness
- Fife Visiting Support Services work with people in their own homes, sheltered housing, and temporary accommodation in the community throughout Fife to help them live independently
- Edinburgh Young Persons' Service visiting housing support works with young people across Edinburgh who have experienced homelessness, are at risk of homelessness, or have been in care, to find stability and independence
- Building Resilience for a Better Home is a remote self-help service in Glasgow, Inverclyde, East Ayrshire, North Lanarkshire, and West Lothian which supports tenants of Larkfield, Horizon, and Link Housing Associations who are at risk of losing their tenancies due to mental health challenges
- The Older Persons' Service offers volunteer befriending, social cafes, and a Help to Stay at Home service to help older people aged 65+ who have become isolated, lonely, or who face health issues, to meet others and become more involved in their local communities
If you would like more information about the services we offer or would like to access any of the services listed above please contact us.