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As key workers GAMH staff have continued to provide support throughout the pandemic recognising that maintaining contact with the people we support and our colleagues is vital to help us all get through this crisis. Over the past few months we have developed and...

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Donation of facemaks from Nadlab UK and Masqonn

GAMH would like to express our thanks and gratitude to Nadlab Uk and Masqonn for their kind donation of washable and disposable face masks. This was greatly appreciated and has helped keep our staff and service users safe during this time.    

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GAMH Response to Coronavirus Pandemic 20/3/2020

The safety and wellbeing of those we support, their families and carers, and our workforce is of paramount importance to us at GAMH. We have outlined below a series of measures which we have implemented to date to try to keep ourselves and those we support safe and...

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Thanks to Sports council for Glasgow for donating to GAMH

  Following the raflle at our 2019 Annual Awards ceremony, we were delighted to make a presentation to awards partner for the evening: Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH). GAMH is an independent charity which promotes the mental health and wellbeing of...

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Ask, Tell – Have a Healthy Conversation

This animation gives practical tips about how and when to have compassionate conversations with people who may be feeling suicidal or experiencing mental distress. It highlights the range of communication skills that should be used including listening, questioning and...

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GAMH U.N.C.R.C Report

Getting it Right for young people living with parental mental illness. Young people from GAMH were supported by Article 12 in Scotland to respond to the most recent United Nations Convention for the Rights of the Child Concluding Observations. The report highlights...

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Just Giving Donations

  GAMH would like to thank all the wonderful people who have donated through our Just Giving page. Your support is so welcome and helps us to sustain and develop our activities to promote good mental health and wellbeing. The messages which you attach to your...

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GAMH are always looking to recruit a wide and diverse range of volunteers who can bring their own knowledge, skills and experience to a variety of volunteering roles providing creative support to individuals and to the organisation.