Argyll and Bute Rape Crisis (ABRC) provide free and confidential support and advocacy to survivors of all genders (aged 12 +) who have experienced rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, sexual bullying, stalking and commercial sexual exploitation. They also offer support to non-abusing partners and family members of survivors of sexual violence. ABRC provides the only service of its kind in the region and have a long history of providing specialised support to survivors in rural and remote rural areas.
Monday 20th June marks International Fatherâ€™s Mental Health Awareness Day.Â Earlier this year, the Inspiring Scotland PIMH team alongside Scottish Government hosted an online event: Perinatal Peer Support Scotland. The aim of the session was to recognise the contribution of peer support workers; showcase good practice and highlight the role of peer support and howRead More
In April, Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s Perinatal and Infant Mental Health team co-hosted Supporting Women, Reducing Harm, the first-ever national conversation on how services should care for families affected by substance use in the perinatal period. This event was in partnership with Scottish Government, Perinatal Mental Health Network Scotland, NHS Scotland, third sectors partners and women withRead More
Scottish play charities will share a ÂŁ550,000 funding boost to help get children and families out to play in their local communities. Creative outdoor play sessions, active play, and nature spaces for local communities are just some of the brilliant initiatives being supported by the Scottish Government Outdoor Community Play Fund aimed at improving theRead More