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Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Fund Update Report - September 2023 - Inspiring Scotland

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Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Fund Update Report – September 2023

This update from our Perinatal and Infant Mental Health (PIMH) fund follows the stories of families who have been supported by the partner charities. These stories highlight the kind, compassionate approach and life changing impact that the third sector has on families and babies, and shows how the work which is being delivered helps to achieve the overall outcomes of this fund.

Headlines from the report include: 

  • Over 10,000 people have been supported by this fund since 2020
  • Life changing support due to the relationships built by the third sector (as illustrated by the outcome data, case studies and testimonials throughout)
  • Challenges including increased demand, complexity of cases, difficulties in raising funding and recruitment / retention

The PIMH team at Inspiring Scotland want to thank all the charities and families involved for letting them share their stories.

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Support in the Right Direction Year 6 mid-year update

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Our Future Now: Year One Report

The first year report for Our Future Now – Inspiring Scotland’s 10 year youth employability fund to help a generation of young people in Scotland flourish. Through the Our Future Now Fund, Inspiring Scotland has created a vehicle which enables the Third Sector to respond as a collective and at scale, utilising its 10 year

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04.06.2020

12 Nature activity: Birds

Part of Thrive Outdoors Make Time For Outdoor Play – a downloadable series of resources developed to support outdoor play during COVID-19.

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