Mental wellbeing is a combination of feeling good and functioning well psychologically. Mental illness is the third biggest cause of ill-health and early death in Scotland.

People living in poverty are more likely to live with mental illness.

We want to see Scotland’s indicator of mental wellbeing increase.

Influencing the economic, social and emotional factors that create good relationships and mental wellbeing, and eliminate discrimination and stigma is essential.

Improving access to services and outcomes for people is needed, particularly focussing on making improvements for the most deprived communities

The Ask, Tell Respond digital resources available provide the essential knowledge and skills required by everyone, in any workplace, workforce or community who has the opportunity and ability to positively impact on their own and other’s mental health and wellbeing and contribute to supporting people experiencing mental ill health and prevention self-harm or suicide. The learning resources provide the opportunity for a continuous learning journey.