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RAMH supports people in their recovery from mental ill health.

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About RAMH

RAMH promotes recovery from mental ill health, and empowers people to build independent, fulfilled lives.

We offer a range of free, confidential services which provide:

  • Immediate support in crisis situations for residents aged 16 and over in Renfrewshire
  • Individualised care and practical support to people in their own homes
  • One to one counselling sessions with a qualified counsellor
  • Employability support to help individuals gain or maintain employment and/or volunteering opportunities
  • A range of social, creative, therapeutic, educational and physical activity groups
  • Support to family, friends, carers and the wider community through information and education
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What's on at RAMH this month?

Our monthly What's On? Guide shows everything we're doing across all the areas we cover in the upcoming month.

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RAMH Wellbeing Map?

A user-led map for anyone looking to view what resources are nearby.
Whether it's finding a new favourite spot to walk or cycle, escaping in a
book from your local library or more practical support and advice on things
like health and money, there are lots of places to visit
that keep us well.

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Latest news

Movement and Wellbeing Festival starts this weekend

September 2, 2022

RAMH are set to launch their first ever movement and wellbeing festival this weekend. The programme combines fitness and wellbeing events across Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire and runs from the 3rd – 10th September. The event is organised by the Renfrewshire Community Services team. About the festival, Graham Cossar, RAMH Physical Activity Worker and Rachael…

RAMH partner with Glasgow Caledonian University students to launch Walking Bingo resource

February 3, 2022

Physiotherapy students Laura Strain, Valance Humphrey and Sarah Kerestes approached us with the idea for the cards and developed them alongside RAMH workers in the last few months of 2021. The cards are a fun and challenging way to increase physical activity levels while also focusing on mental wellbeing. This activity is designed to encourage…

Save the date! Friday 8 October 2021, RAMH AGM

September 28, 2021

Save the Date – Friday 8 October 2021 RAMH AGM:  10.15am RAMH Conference will start at 11.00am and finish by 12.30pm.   You are warmly invited by Stephen McLellan and the team at RAMH to the RAMH AGM and Annual Conference – Trauma Informed Awareness and Practice Speaker:  Dr Graeme Grandison, non-clinical lead for The National Wellbeing Hub After the…