Mental Health & Support Services
All Together Edinburgh is a unique organisation providing training opportunities for adults with learning disabilities. Trainees have opportunities to gain confidence, work skills and a qualification in the All Together charity shop/training centre, Leith.
Managed on behalf of NHS Lothian, the gardens provide opportunities for people to grow their own food, to build community and to keep active within the grounds of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital in Morningside.
Edinburgh Community Yoga offers the benefits of yoga and mindfulness to vulnerable groups; particularly those with mental health issues, people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and those affected by emotional trauma.
Falrkirk Vineyard is the UK advocate for Eden Jewellery who work with survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Asia to provide stable employment and vocational training through their international jewellery business.
Friends of the Award in Edinburgh & the Lothians (FOTA) is both a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee, and a charity. This provides both a robust financial structure and reporting system and the ability to fundraise to support our ambitions to make the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and other youth awards accessible to all.
Lingo Flamingo are the world’s first not-for-profit to use language learning as a therapeutic platform for those living with dementia. At first it might sound a strange thing to do, but our work is powered by some fascinating research showing that learning a language can delay dementia and help aid stroke recovery.
MHScot Workplace Wellbeing CIC is a small disability-led Social Enterprise, based in Edinburgh, which supports the mental health and wellbeing of all Scotland’s workforce in the private, public and third sector.
We aim to reduce the number of people resorting to self-harming behaviours including drug and alcohol abuse, self-injury, misusing medication and other potentially harmful behaviours. We use a combination of: one to one support; talking therapies; psycho-educational opportunities and training around self-harm, mental health, and suicide prevention. We also offer wellbeing consultancy.
We are a social work organisation that believes in early intervention. This means working with children and families before problems / issues become entrenched.
Potential in Me (CIC) offer creative life coaching and personal development to young people and those who live and work with them – helping people fulfil their potential and creating bright futures.
Street Fit Scotland delivers a holistic health, fitness and well-being program me for people experiencing homelessness, rough sleeping, in temporary accommodation or needing support to sustain a tenancy. The programme helps to reduce social isolation and improve mental health as well as addressing long term physical health needs.
Our mission is to make circus affordable and accessible to all. We teach easily accessible, ground-based circus skills like juggling, hula hoop, acrobatics, plate-spinning and balance.