Mental Health Strategy

Mental Health in Scotland - a 10 year vision
Mental Health in Scotland – a 10 year vision

The Scottish Government is seeking views on a new Mental Health Strategy.

A paper summarising proposed priorities for the new Mental Health Strategy has been published. The new Strategy will be published later in 2016 and will cover a 10 year period.

Your views are sought on:

  1. priorities for transforming mental health in Scotland;
  2. the early actions proposed for delivering this transformation; and
  3. how success over the 10 year period should be measured.

The paper can be viewed and downloaded at the Scottish Government’s Citizen Space website via the link below. Written responses should also be submitted through this link.

The deadline for responses is Friday 16 September.

An event on 13 September at Trades Hall, Merchant City, Glasgow will provide opportunities to explore and discuss the Scottish Government’s vision.


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Dennistoun CC

Dennistoun CC's aim is to ascertain, coordinate and express the views of the wider community. It seeks to promote the Dennistoun area as a positive and inclusive neighbourhood.

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