re:discover, is for anyone aged 16 and over who are feeling isolated and would like to improve their mental health and wellbeing. The service offers support for up to six months. People are supported by a trained volunteer who offers support to build confidence, meet new people and connect into local groups and activities.
This can include:
- Exploring what is on the community and support to take part
- Support to feel more comfortable getting out and about and
using public transport
- Support to meet other people
- Support to feel more confident in social situations
You can self-refer or be referred by someone else. The referral form can be downloaded from the Health in Mind website.
Phone Number: 0131 202 6413 and ask to speak to Lisa Hodkinson
Intended Client Groups:
- People Experiencing Mental Health Difficulties
Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:
Adults aged 16 or over, living in Midlothin, who are isolated due to mental ill health
This service accepts direct self referrals.
Contact Info. & Service Address
Old Visitors Centre
National Mining Museum of Scotland Midlothian
Tuesday to Thursday, 9am to 4pm.
Facilities & Access
This service has the following facilities:
- Public Parking
On the street
- Wheelchair Access
- Information in community languages
- Translation Service
- It is possible to meet someone elsewhere if they are unable to access the building
- Creche facilities are not available at this location.
Public Transport Information
Lothian bus 29 or 33
Provider's Name: Health in Mind
Health in Mind has been promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in Scotland since 1982. Health in Mind do this by providing a wide range of services to support people and enable them to make a positive difference in their lives. Individuals can approach them directly, or be referred to our services by their GP or another healthcare professional.
Services run by this provider
- Art Psychotherapy
- CLEAR, Community Lived Experience for Alcohol and Drug Recovery
- Crisis Response Midlothian
- Equal Access
- Guided Self-Help
- Health in Mind Counselling Services
- Health in Mind Group Support
- Men’s SHARE group(Suicide, Harm, Awareness, Recovery and Empathy)
- Midlothian Access Point
- One-to-one Support
- Peer Network
- Trauma Support (Pathway Men)