See Me

See Me is Scotland’s programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination. It is funded by Scottish Government and Comic Relief, and is managed by the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) and The Mental Health Foundation.

Its mission is to:

  • mobilise people to work together and lead a movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination
  • work with people to change negative behaviour towards people with mental health problems
  • ensure that the human rights of people with mental health problems are respected and upheld.

Resources from this organisation:


Resources

​See Me in Work Programme

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See Me is supporting organisations to improve the working lives of employees through their See Me in Work Programme. It's designed to be an easy and practical way that organisations can show their commitment to tackling mental health stigma and discrimination.

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The Mental Health at Work website will close on 30 June 2024.

If there any of our toolkits, stories and resources that you may want to refer to later, we recommend you download them now.

The Mental Health at Work Commitment, the Interactive Guide and some key supporting content will move to Mind’s website after this date.

Find out more in our FAQs