These services aim to improve the mental well-being and resilience of people living in Shetland who are experiencing low-level mental illness.

Left to right: Derry Meredith, Aimee Barclay, Anouska Civico, Joanna Breeze & Charity Johnson

Derry Meredith and Aimee Barclay are the two full-time staff members who are providing the Wellness Programme.  This service is open to anyone aged 18 and over and assists those who have been experiencing changes in their mood and behaviour.  Charity Johnson is providing the Wellness Together Programme and will be offering help to anyone caring for someone with mental health problems.  This could include carers and guardians as well as friends and colleagues.  Anouska Civico is the Service Manager and Joanna Breeze is the Finance & Admin Officer.

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Support Service- Wellness Programme

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

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Support Service- Wellness Together Programme

This service is for people who are supporting or caring for someone who is experiencing a change in their mental wellbeing.

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Grubby Huts

The Grubby Hut Initiative is about talking and listening in your workplace. It’s about starting important conversations and in doing so targeting men because we are told they don’t talk about mental health.

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