Support in Mind Scotland

Unit 6, Newington Business Centre, Dalkeith Road Mews, Edinburgh EG16 5GA Tel: 0131 662 4359


  • Living with Mental Illness
  • So you love someone with a Mental Illness
  • Financial Future & Wills & Trusts – Providing for people with severe mental illness
  • Making time to talk – Advice for parents with mental illness
  • Need to Know - A guide for young people who have a parent with mental illness


Scottish Executive

The New Mental Health Act Leaflets

  • A guide to advance statements
  • A guide to compulsory treatment orders
  • A guide to consent to treatment
  • An easy read guide
  • A guide to independent advocacy
  • The role of the Mental Welfare Officer
  • A guide to named persons
  • A guide to the roles and duties of NHS Boards and Local Authorities
  • A guide for people involved in criminal proceedings
  • What’s it all about? – A Short Introduction
  • A guide to emergency & short term powers
  • Dealing with Debt


NHS Tayside


Schizophrenia – an introduction for families & friends

A Service Users Guide to Schizophrenia


Talking About: 

Manic Depression   Personality Disorders
ADHD   Phobias
Anxiety   Post Natal Depression
Bereavement   Schizophrenia
Depression   Stress
Eating Disorders      Self Harm






Carers Scotland
91 Mitchell Street, Glasgow G1 3LN, Tel 0141 221 9141 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Looking after someone – a guide to carers’ rights and benefits


Depression Alliance
3 Grosvenor Gardens, Edinburgh Tel: 0845 123 2320


Mental Welfare Commission
Thistle House, 91 Haymarket Terrace. Edinburgh EH12 5HE


Carers & Confidentiality


15 – 19 Broadway, London E15 4BQ, Tel: 0208 519 2122


How to cope with relationship problems


Perth & Kinross Council www.p&


What help do you need


Royal College of Psychiatrists


A checklist for carers of people with mental health problems

It’s about you too  –  A guide for children who have a parent with mental illness


Scottish Research Network

Raising Expectations & Sharing Ideas


Challenging Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


Fife Hearing Voices

A guide to managing your voices


Many more leaflets can be found as well as information from the Internet if requested.


The Project is funded by, but is independent of, NHS and local authority services.

Support in Mind Scotland is the operating name of the National Schizophrenia Fellowship (Scotland), a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland SC088179.

Charity Number SC013649.