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Welcome to MindSET, an online introduction to mental health. The information in this website is for people who have no previous training in mental health. It will give you a broad overview of the area of mental health improvement from promoting positive mental health to recovery from mental health problems.

Many myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings about mental health exist within our society. MindSET hopes to begin to challenge these myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings so that we can develop a shared understanding of mental health that is based on fact not fiction.

There are six sections to progress through, each with multiple-choice questions at the end. You must complete each section before you can move on to the next section. Once you have completed a section you can stop and save your work and return to the website at another time. Once you have completed all six sections you will be awarded a certificate of completion.

This website contains external links to other websites. SAMH and NHS Tayside cannot be held responsible for the content or availability of any of the pages referenced by an external link.
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Need help with a mental health problem?

If you need help with a mental health problem or need emotional support please contact one of the helplines below, visit your GP surgery or call NHS 24 on 08454 24 24 24.

Samaritans are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 08457 90 90 90 (local rate call). Your call will be confidential and will be taken by a trained Samaritans volunteer.
Alternatively you can email jo@samaritans.org

Breathing Space is available between 6pm and 2am any day of the week on 0800 83 85 87 (calls are free of charge). Your call will be taken by an employed mental health advisor.

If you are feeling suicidal, please tell someone who will take you seriously and be able to help and do this as soon as possible. Tell a family member, friend, colleague, health professional or call one of the helplines above.

If you think you need an emergency ambulance you should dial 999.

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