Bipolar Scotland looking for peer volunteers
New Scottish government campaign - Parenting teens
Parenting Club has a new campaign full of useful advice and tips for parenting teens.
CAPS is expanding their individual advocacy to younger adults
CAPS reduces the lower age limit to 16 years to their Individual advocacy service in East and Midlothian.
Help needed to develop and test a digital monitoring platform for people with lived experience of psychosis
Help is needed by mental health research organisation, The McPin Foundation, who are looking for individuals in Edinburgh who have lived experience of psychosis.
A new parent carers of adults group
A new parent carers of adults group has been organised by VOCAL Midlothian.
Scottish Government Mental Health Standards - lived experience survey
The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) is seeking views from individuals with lived experience of mental health, their families and carers, and those with a vested interest in the development of mental health standards
Mental Health & Wellbeing Strategy Engagement
The Scottish Government’s Mental Health & Wellbeing Strategy is getting a refresh, the Scottish Government is engaging with stakeholders to ensure it tackles social determinants and health inequalities that impacts most on mental health and wellbeing.
Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme
A scheme which provides free repairs and maintenance to people who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford it.
Midlothian Health and Social Care Partnership strategic plan 2022 - 2025
An overview of Midlothian Health and Social Care Partnerships strategic plan
Volunteering with Royal Voluntary Service
Volunteering opportunities within Royal Voluntary Service's cafe.
Midlothian Scouts – Volunteering Opportunities
Volunteering information and open session dates with the Scouts Midlothian'
Midlothian & East Lothian Drugs And Alcohol Partnership - information for the festive period
Information on Midlothian & East Lothian Drugs and Alcohol Partnership, including services available and opening times.
British Red Cross Midlothian community calendar December 2021
The British Red Cross' Midlothian activities calendar for older people in Midlothian.
Clear your head (December 2021)
The Scottish Government’s Clear Your Head campaign aims to help people cope during the winter period, providing people with hints and tips on how they can look out for themselves.
Midspace Newsletters December 2021
This month's Midspace newsletter focuses on local services and resources related to winter wellbeing.
Forward Mid Winter Newsletter 2021
The Forward Mid Winter Newsletter aims to support you to keep well, be safe, be as active as you can and stay in touch with family, friends as well as what's happening in your community.
New groups from Health in Mind
Health in Mind has a number of groups available.
A collection of poems on the theme of Connect
Earlier this year, the Scottish mental health charity Health in Mind launched its search for poems on the theme of ‘Connect’ – one of the five ways to wellbeing.
Midlothian Winter 2021/2022 Activity and Support Programme
VOCAL Midlothian is offering a range of free activities and events to help carers over the festive period and into the New Year.
Rembering Together, Scotland’s Covid Community Memorial
membering Together is a national programme of remembrance managed by Greenspace Scotland, bringing together communities and artists/creative practitioners in collective acts of reflection, remembrance, hope and healing.
An Introduction to the Nordoff Robbins approach to Music Therapy
Gain important insights into music therapy and those who pioneered it as you discover the vital skills of a music therapist.
Voices and experience of people with dementia
The Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre is looking at the impact of these changes for people who went through the assessment and diagnosis of dementia from March 2020 onwards.
Carer Survey Results - Edinburgh & Midlothian
The 2021 survey was undertaken by Scotinform on behalf of VOCAL and its partner organisations. Over 1,200 unpaid carers took part, sharing their views and experiences of caring in Edinburgh and Midlothian.