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Taking Stock: Year Six


This years Taking Stock took place on Thursday 25th May, a beautiful sunny day, at Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglokhart.

Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2017


The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival takes place in October aiming to support the arts and challenge preconceived ideas about mental health. This years Edinburgh and the Lothians Festival will be launched at Summerhall on Tuesday 10th October.

Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2016


In the 10th year of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival it was was a celebration of the theme 'Time'. Events took place in venues across Lothian and Nationally from 10th - 31st October.

The Big Dialogue Event – 5th October 2016


The “Big Dialogue” was held on 5 October 2016 at Norton Park Conference Centre to inform content and priorities of “A ‘Sense of Belonging 2”.

A sense of some place - Partners Update Briefing, July 2016


A Sense of Some Place” is an accessible community venue which aims to provide a welcoming and safe environment for people to engage in activities which support mental health and wellbeing.

Children and Young People: Stakeholder Dialogue Event


This dialogue event follows completion of phase one of the review for emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people in Edinburgh. It will be an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss actions for the future.

Taking Stock Annual Conference


‘A Sense of Belonging – Year 5 “Taking Stock”’ was organised by NHS Lothian’s Mental Health and Wellbeing team and a group of key stakeholders and was held on Thursday 26 May 2016.

Edinburgh City Review of Children and Young People Services and Support


In collaboration with City of Edinburgh Council, and EVOC, NHS Lothian is undertaking a review of all children and Young Peoples mental health and wellbeing support and services in Edinburgh.

Callum Pathway


In 2014 - 2015, to support development of a strategic plan NHS Lothian formulated four people to help inform pathways and identify service improvements needed to support them , their friends , families and communities. This section focuses on Callum.

Last Reviewed: 29/04/2016