We want Shetland to be a place where:

    • Mental health is supported positively within the community
    • Information and knowledge of support services is easily accessible
    • People do not feel isolated because of mental illness
    • Negative attitudes are replaced with understanding and acceptance

    support services

    Wellness Programme

    A Shetland-wide, open access, free and confidential low level support service, working alongside individuals over the age of 18 to improve their mental wellbeing and to improve their day-to-day functioning.

    Wellness Together Programme

    A Shetland-wide, free and confidential support service for people who are supporting, caring for, or living with someone who is struggling in terms of their mental health.

    Grubby Hut Sessions

    We provide a free service to local employers called Grubby Hut Sessions, where our staff visit businesses and workplaces to talk to employees about the importance of looking after not only their own mental health, but that of their colleagues.

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    feel good bag

    Mind Your Head's Feel Good Bag is designed as a self-care pack for you or someone you know who might need it.

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    sad lamp

    Did you know that you could borrow a SAD lamp for up to two months from Mind Your Head?

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    get involved

    We can only do what we do because of the invaluable time that people give to help us with our work in the community. Find out more about about how you can get involved.