A range of services to help you through your journey
Action on Depression offers a range of services to help people affected by depression in Scotland.
Our Information Service offers phone and email support if you need to talk about how you're feeling. We also run community courses and self-help support groups in various parts of Scotland. If we're not in your area of Scotland or you prefer to get support on the Internet, we have online services including an online course based on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with phone support and an online community for young adults.
New for 2012 is our new community over at HealthUnlocked where the tools help gather the knowledge and experience of people experiencing depression and to share it with a widerr audience. The information and sense of support can reduce the isolation and fear of people facing depression.
What treatment will work for my depression?
Read more about treating depression on this website or get in touch with us for more information.
What other services are out there that can help too?
We're just starting a section here on links to other services in Scotland that you may find useful.
- Borderline Helpline - Free telephone support line for anyone suffering from emotional distress, isolation or depression. Opening times: 7pm to 10pm every evening. Freephone: 0800 027 4466