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We’re looking for an Operations Manager!

We're recruiting an Operations Manager who will work with colleagues and partners to deliver our programme bringing people, services and organisations across sector together to create a mental health system powered by lived experience.

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Farmstrong

Discover Farmstrong Scotland - a new rural wellbeing programme for the farming and crofting sector, sharing peer-to-peer tips and advice.

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With Us, For Us

Hear from Lesley about her experience co-facilitating at the Scottish Personality Disorder Network Conference with Vox Scotland.

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Creating Hope with Peer Support – Save the dates!

Hear about our plans to develop networks across Scotland and increase community-based peer support as part of suicide prevention.

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Shaping Recovery in Scotland

Our hope is to understand where we have had impact to date and the ways that we can best effect change in the future - join us to learn more.

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Peer Connects: Resilience Collective – An international perspective, 22nd August

Discover this chance to explore and discuss peer support learning from further afield.

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Director’s blog: The Future is Peer – next steps

Scottish Recovery Network's Director Louise Christie reflects on the success of The Future is Peer events and outlines some exciting next steps.

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Co-designing peer support at Future Pathways: new report

In response to feedback, Future Pathways carried out a co-design project to look at developing peer support.

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Get your free Creating Hope with Peer Support resource!

We're launching this new resource to help groups, organisations and services offer community-based peer support as part of suicide prevention.

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Get involved in the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2024!

The theme is In/Visible and the festival wants to hear from communities, organisations and artists developing creative work and events.

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