People with experience of mental health recovery have vast knowledge and skills that can help the wider public stay well during these challenging times, a new report has shown.
A new online resource is being made available to help support people experiencing, or at risk of, domestic abuse.
Academics have stepped up a study into the mental health of farmers amid fears that coronavirus struggles have had a devastating effect on agricultural workers.
Sam’s Mental Health Café is set to reopen next Friday at Linton Lane Centre in Kirkcaldy as lockdown restrictions continues to ease.
Almost three quarters of Scottish adults say it is important that we learn from the coronavirus pandemic to be more kind as a society.
The Scottish Government has launched a new mental health campaign aimed at helping people through the coronavirus lockdown.
Karen Martin on the challenges of the Scottish Mental Health Law Review
The number of children and adolescents waiting to see a mental health specialist has reached record numbers, new figures show.
Police Scotland has secured funding for a three-year mental health and wellbeing project to benefit its officers and staff of its Highland and Islands Division.
The "worrying" level of loneliness in the UK has been revealed in two new studies, with figures suggesting younger generations suffer more than any other age group.
Talking about our mental health is something that many of us still find difficult to do – for too long our society did not encourage us to open up about our feelings and our emotional wellbeing. The results of this were too many people blighted by stigma around mental health, tragically high rates of suicide and a lack of support.
Secondary school pupils across Tayside and Fife will have access to professional counselling services from September next year.
Mental health support must be made a priority for young offenders, according to Holyrood's justice committee.
The importance of perinatal maternal mental health has been highlighted by a new report into services by leading social care charity, Quarriers.
Transgender people are being put at a greater risk of self harm and suicide because of “unacceptably” long waiting lists at Gender Identity Clinics (GIC), a trans equality charity has said.