About See Me
Our vision is to end mental health stigma and discrimination, enabling people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives.
About See Me
See Me is Scotland's Programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination. We are funded by Scottish Government and Comic Relief and are managed by SAMH and The Mental Health Foundation. This section of the site tells you all about who we are and what we do. Click on any of the links below or in the right hand menu to find out more and watch our video below to find out what makes See Me.
This is the purpose that See Me works towards, it serves as the standard against which we measure our actions and decisions.
We will mobilise people to work together and lead a movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination.
We will work with people to change negative behaviour towards those with mental health problems.
We will ensure that the human rights of people with mental health problems are respected and upheld.
Our position is based on using best evidence available. We are ‘informed’ by and are inclusive of the voices of people with lived experience. We act inclusively to enable everyone to participate at the level they feel comfortable with.
We are determined to stop mental health stigma and discrimination at the source and will do everything in our power to challenge and prevent it.
We talk confidently and passionately about challenging and ending mental health stigma and discrimination.
We understand the challenges that those with mental health problems face and we’re sensitive to their situation.
In this section
Find out about our Ambassador, award winning journalist and BBC Radio 1 presenter Shiona McCallum.
Meet the team
Get in touch to find out more about the programme, work with us or let us know what you've been doing.
Our advisory group are high profile champions who have been selected for their expertise, knowledge and understanding of mental health stigma, discrimination and recovery.
Our funders and partners
We are funded by Scottish Government and Comic Relief and jointly managed by SAMH and the Mental Health Foundation
Join Our Movement for Change
Anyone can help tackle stigma and discrimination. You can do as little or as much as you're able to and every action makes a difference.Find Out More