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Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH)

We promote the mental health and wellbeing of people and their communities.

Our current services are preventative and purposeful in nature and increase the factors known to protect and promote good mental health.

The services and opportunities we offer help people who are recovering from mental health problems to live the lives that THEY want to live. We also support Carers of people in recovery, including Young Carers. We work with people in ways that encourage hope (the belief that recovery is possible) personal development and self-confidence.

We recognise that the effects of inequality, stigma and discrimination make recovery more difficult than it should be and undermine a person’s sense of wellbeing

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Carers Support

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Are you providing regular help to a partner, neighbour, relative or friend who is experiencing mental health issues and could not manage otherwise?
Maybe you don’t think of yourself as a carer – few peo...

Group Work Service

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Our Group Work Programme provides a range of creative, educational and psychical activities across the city.

Engagement in the programme helps to reduce social isolation, improves confidence and self...

Self Directed Support

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Support can be offered on a one-to-one basis and is available 7 days per week, both during the day and in the evenings and at weekends.

We take the view that you are the expert in your own life and ...

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