The important thing is not to be bitter over life’s difficulties. We should learn to let go of the past and recognize that everyday won’t be sunny, and when we find ourselves lost in darkness and despair, remember – it’s only in the black of the night that we can see the stars, and those stars will lead us back home. So, we should not be afraid to make mistakes, to stumble, to fall. Because most of the time, the greatest rewards come from doing things that scare us the most.
From books to services, learning materials and talks, we offer a wealth of resources to do with spirituality and mental health.
In April 2012, eleven Lanarkshire faith communities became the first in the country to unite together and publicly pledge their commitment to work with 'see me', Scotland's national campaign to tackle the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health.
The Spiritual Care Team provides spiritual support that is person-centred. The team is in contact with the different faith and belief groups in the area to ensure that particular religious needs are met during the care pathway.
For information on the referral pathway and contact numbers please download the attachment below.