Friday, 27 May 2016

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What's New

You don't have to be suicidal to call the Samaritans
Most of us know that the Samaritans’ mission is for fewer people to die by suicide. It’s a message that has been successfully conveyed since they were set up more...
Mental Health Recovery Events
Two open events are being held, one in Stornoway and one in Balivanich, to provide people with a clear understanding of what mental health recovery means and to help shape what the recovery model will look like...
Baby loss group meets again tomorrow (Tues)
The Sèimh baby loss support group will be meeting again tomorrow night (Tuesday, May 3) in the Quiet Room in the Western Hospital in Stornoway. The group will be meeting on...
Visit from the Tartan Explorer boosts awareness of mental health issues
Supporters in Lewis were happy to welcome the Tartan Explorer, Josh Quigley, on a visit to the Island on Wednesday 13th April as part of a cycle trek around Scotland to...
Cancer patient stories wanted to help us transform care after treatment
Have you been through cancer treatment? Or has one of your loved ones, or someone you care for, been through cancer treatment? If so, could you spare a little time...

 

 

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