If you have an interest in recovery, would like to be kept up to date with information about recovery or would like to be part of the Lanarkshire Recovery Network (LRN), please complete the registration form for the elament e-newsletter.
Alternatively, contact Lanarkshire Links on LRN@lanarkshirelinks.org.uk to request a copy of Mental Health Matters magazine where LRN pages will be included in every edition or visit the elament website regularly.
Addiction is not having control over doing, taking or using something, to the point that it may be harmful to you.
The death of someone we love can be a shattering experience. We face the painful and demanding task of coping with loss and separation
Insomnia is the disturbance of a normal sleep pattern e.g. when you cannot get to sleep or wake up after only a few hours sleep
Having a baby is a life changing experience. Pregnancy and the first year after the birth are periods that many parents find quite stressful.
There are many common questions about mental health; however for urgent enquiries please contact your local GP.
It can be frightening experiencing mental health problems and you may feel alone. If this is the first time you've experienced the symptoms, you might not know what is happening. There are a number of steps you can take:
If you or someone you know is experiencing an acute mental health crisis and might be a risk to themselves or someone else, see our ‘Get help’ button at the top of the page for immediate help.
There are a number of ways you can support friends or relatives who are struggling with mental health problems:
Well Connected is Lanarkshire's social prescribing programme. Well Connected makes it easy for people to take part in and benefit from activities and services that we know can improve well-being.
Calm Distress is a new online course from NHS Lanarkshire Psychological Services, designed for you to use in your own time and at your own pace.