Black Dog Institute invites you to take part in a research project examining people’s experience of health services following a suicide attempt. In particular, they are looking for people willing to respond to an online survey which asks people about their experiences of services following a suicide attempt.
Follow the link to read an interesting article on promoting recovery written by ARAFMI volunteer, Anthea Stylianakis and complete a short survey telling us your views on what recovery means to you as a carer.
Scottish Recovery Network are delighted to announce the publication of a new resource about the experiences of caregivers and their views on wellbeing and recovery. ‘Voicing Caregivers Experiences' was developed through a partnership between the Scottish Recovery Network (SRN) and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. A book produced through the project features ten narrative accounts of people with experience of caring for someone living with mental health problems, focussing on their perspectives of recovery and wellbeing.