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Healthy Valleys - Inspiring Scotland

Perinatal and Infant Mental Health

Healthy Valleys

Healthy Valleys is a community led health initiative, established in 2003 by community members, voluntary and public sector agencies. Our vision is to reduce health inequalities, promote positive lifestyles and improve health and wellbeing in rural South Lanarkshire communities.

Perinatal and Infant Mental Health: Healthy Valleys promote positive health and wellbeing, and support isolated families living in disadvantaged communities in rural South Lanarkshire. Funding from the PIMH Fund will enable Healthy Valleys to continue delivery of a programme of ante and perinatal one-to-one and peer support, parenting and mental health improvement groups as well as outreach to local families who are pregnant and/or have children under the age of 3.

Sitting down with digital experts and Specialist Volunteers, Gordon and Elena
17.05.2024

Sitting down with digital experts and Specialist Volunteers, Gordon and Elena

“It’s not just a one-off get the kudos and done relationship […] We grow in this space.”   Our Specialist Volunteer Network (SVN) is an impressive collective of over 500 professionals who lend their expertise and time to the charity sector for free, saving not only those all-important funds, but time and peace of mind.   But

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Independent support for people accessing the social care system
15.04.2024

Independent support for people accessing the social care system

33 third sector organisations across Scotland are to be funded through Support in the Right Direction (SiRD), to provide independent support, information, advice and advocacy to people using social care and their carers.   Starting on 1 April 2024, funded services will receive a share of up to £9.2 million funding from Scottish Government across three

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Celebrating Our Future Leaders
27.03.2024

Celebrating Our Future Leaders

“Just because you are disabled don’t be afraid to chase your dreams. Go out and show the world you’re a fighter, fight for a job and fight for your rights. A disability won’t stop me, and I have a voice and I will let it be heard.” – Derek, Our Future Leaders graduate 2024  Derek

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