supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
See Me See Us campaign
See Me’s brand-new campaign, See Us, aims to encourage people all over Scotland to do something to tackle mental health stigma, however big or small. Wherever people want to make a change, and however people want to do it, there is something for everyone in this movement.
To support people to act they’ve created a new home for the social movement on its website. There they will have over 100 tools and resources to support people to act.
This new mental health inclusion toolkit can help you and your colleagues to become part of the movement by making a huge difference in this vital area. It is packed with advice, information and resources, training modules, videos, case studies and more. The tools for health and social care enable people to take action, informed by the voice of lived and professional experience, to help improve practice and tackle mental health stigma and discrimination across the sector. Whether you have 3 minutes or 3 hours, there is something there to help everyone. So why not get involved?