Survey available looking at the impact of welfare reforms on people in Scotland with mental health problems.
The Scottish Mental Health Partnership is a group of organisations working in the mental health field in Scotland. The partnership is hosted by the Royal College of Psychiatrists Scotland and membership includes SAMH, the Scottish Recovery Network, Breathing Space, Penumbra, Bipolar Scotland and many others.
The partnership is conducting a survey looking at the impact of welfare reforms on people in Scotland with mental health problems. The results of the survey will be used to inform politicians, policy makers and others to raise awareness of issues arising from the results of the survey and to propose changes to the welfare system based on our findings.