30% of Scots have experienced mental health problems.

BBC: New research has indicated nearly 30% of Scots say they have experienced mental health problems.
Commissioned by the mental health campaign See Me, the YouGov poll of 1,004 adults found 29% reported having had problems themselves.
It also suggested 39% said a family member had been affected.
The research found 35% of respondents believed they or a family member had experienced stigma or discrimination because of their mental health.

If you are one of the 30% contact a Thrive Programme Consultant to see how the Thrive Programme will help you.

Full article: BBC

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