Upcoming Events




On the 31st January 2018, join fellow classmates or colleagues and walk a mile with us! Meet new people, get some head-space and get talking about mental health!

Meeting time: 12.50pm | Starting time: 1pm

Location: Coatbridge Campus (Dunbeth Park) | Meeting place: Park Street Entrance

Click here for more information about Walk a Mile.


“Start Talking” about mental health using the See Me Scotland digital badge! Find a photo which means something to you then head over to www.passthebadge.co.uk to add on our 'Start Talking' digital badge.

Don't forget share it on social media with a story about why you think it’s important to “Start Talking” about mental health.

Read more about how you can get involved


Mental Health Training

Want to know more about training opportunities? We are partnered with Elament who offer Suicide Prevent Training in North Lanarkshire. 

Click here to find out about their training. 

Time to Talk

1st February 2018 

It’s easy to think there’s no right place to talk about mental health. But the more we talk about it, the better life is for all of us.

Too many people with mental health problems are made to feel isolated, worthless and ashamed. Time to Talk Day is a chance for all of us to be more open about mental health – to talk, to listen, to change lives.

Wherever you are – at home, at work or up the top of mountain! – have your conversation about mental health this Time to Talk Day.

Take part and download your resources here.


Student Training Events

"Mental Health and You" and "The Emotional Aspect of Stigma"

These training sessions will be held specifically for students and will run for 20- 30 mins each. Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided during the sessions.  

  • Motherwell Campus - 30th January
    10.15 am - 11.15 am in The Social

  • Coatbridge Campus - 31st January
    10.15 am - 11.15 am in the Common room

  • Cumbernauld Campus - 1st February
    10.15 am - 11.15 am in The Den

Each student will receive and attendance certificate which can be used towards Be Engaged awards.


Take a minute, change a life

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Suicide Prevention North Lanarkshire Council has developed a suicide prevention app in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council, Health Scotland and Health Improvement. 

The app is an information and signposting tool which provides a wide range of support services, guidance and advice on suicide prevention. Main features include; Guides to talking, listening and reducing stigma surrounding suicide, 24hr list of resources including phone numbers and websites links, the myths and facts about suicide.

To download, search for SP NLC and/or click the Google Play Link for Android phones or Apple App Store link for iPhones.