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Are we really listening? Local Grants project

NHS Health Scotland funded four local projects aiming to tackle mental health stigma in black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in Scotland.

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Children in Scotland

Children in Scotland is the national agency for voluntary, statutory and professional organisations and individuals working with children and their families in Scotland.

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Choose Life Survey

Public Attitudes towards having conversations about suicide.

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Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations' Council (EVOC)

The Eke-Out Project is the staff resource of the Edinburgh Network for Children, Young People and Families, the voluntary sector forum which the Project created, develops and supports.

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Evidence-Based Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents

Data from the Present and a Model for the Future.

What is the best way to help children cope with behavioural and emotional problems? This question has been a focus of concern — to children and the adults who care for them — across many centuries and in cultures around the world.

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HandsOnScotland Toolkit

The HandsOnScotland Toolkit is an online resource for anybody working with children and young people.

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Hear us Now!

Good Practice Guide to Participation.

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Home-start UK

Supports families with young children in local communities across the UK.

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No Knives Better Lives

'No Knives Better Lives' is a Scottish Government funded campaign which aims to give young people in Scotland the resources to find out the risks involved with carrying a knife and provide the facts in a straight-forward and relatable format.

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On Edge - Learning about self-harm

On Edge is a resource pack for teachers and other practitioners working with young people.

On Edge aims to tackle the myths that surround self harm, reduce the stigma associated with it by increasing understanding of its function, reduce the barriers to help seeking by raising awareness of sources of support and promote a consistent humane response to a behaviour which is a manifestation of distress.

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Right Here: a collaboration between Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Mental Health Foundation

A multi-million pound initiative to identify new approaches to preventing mental health problems arising among 16- to 25-year-olds is to take place over the next five years.

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Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care

They exist to improve the quality of care that children and young people receive when living in residential care. SIRCC is the first organisation of its kind in the world.

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The Good Childhood Report 2012

A review of our children’s well-being.

The Children's Society latest report reveals that half a million children across the UK are unhappy with their lives.

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Web Portal on Mental Health Improvement

www.handsonscotland.co.uk - new section for parents and workers on how to help children flourish!

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Well Scotland

The Scottish Government's National Programme for Improving Mental Health and Well-being is driving a change in knowledge, attitudes and behaviour towards mental health.

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Whatever Life Brings: Understanding your child’s mental health

Is Your Child’s Unhappiness ‘Just a Phase’? All children get upset sometimes. But if your child is really struggling to make friends, enjoy playtime, or cope with everyday problems, then you may be worried about them.

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Young Minds Publications

Young Minds offers a range of publications for children, young people, parents and professionals.

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