The Mental Health Reference Group are hosting community events on Monday 20th January at Port Glasgow Town Hall and Greenock Town Hall on Monday 24th February 2020 starting at 1pm -4:30. The events are aimed at giving people the opportunity to try something new, and activity or taster that they may not had the chance … Continued
ACUMEN are a network mental health service users and carers across Argyll and Bute, Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and East Renfrewshire. We are looking for individuals to steer the work of ACUMEN by attending our steering group meetings which are hosted quarterly in various locations across the network. Read the minutes of the latest meeting here: Steering … Continued
Lived Experience Consultation on Mental Health Nursing Recruitment and Training ACUMEN and University of West of Scotland Mental Health Nursing Department Click Here to Read
Carol-Ann Deans, a Peer Volunteer with Self Management attended the Mind Kind Group last week (Fri 26th July). Carol-Ann successfully delivered ‘An Introduction to Mindfulness’ to the group for one session this block. Carol-Ann not only encouraged open discussion within the group about mindfulness, but was able to answer any questions regarding the topic. The … Continued
We’d like to say a massive well done and thank you to all of this year’s Glasgow Kiltwalkers who donned their tartan and laced up those walking boots to take part on behalf of RAMH. All of your fundraising efforts raised an incredible £1,050 which is topped up by an additional 40% courtesy of the … Continued
We recently developed a DVD to capture what self management means to the people in RAMH. We hope you love it!!
On the 27th May we had RAMHs first ever self management festival. Our hope for the day was that people could find out about local wellbeing services and try out some taster sessions. People came along and took part in mindfulness, outdoor yoga, buddy beat (drumming), sing-a -longs, art, games, gardening, flower bouquet making and … Continued