Welcome to the edspace online information service website

EdSpace contains information about:

  • local services
  • factsheets and guides
  • self help materials
  • local news and events
  • monthly newsletter

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Edspace aims

The aims of the edspace are to:

  • Signpost people to appropriate mental health services in Edinburgh
  • Enable people to make informed choices in their treatment and care
  • Inform people of factors influencing positive mental health and wellbeing
  • Enable people to access services and information which may be of benefit to them or someone they support

Guiding Principles

The Advisory Group will take collective responsibility to:

  • Provide appropriate advice, information and support to help Edspace fulfil its aims
  • Make final decisions regarding content where this may be controversial
  • Monitor feedback, including complaints and make decisions / advise on changes where appropriate

Fact Sheets

Use our fact sheets to look for information on all aspects of mental health in the Edinburgh area search or browse below:

Upcoming Events

  1. Community Voices

    May 2 @ 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
  2. Open day at Redhall Walled Garden

    May 5 @ 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
  3. Smoking and Mental Health: Understanding the Impact

    May 9 @ 10.00 am - 12.00 pm
  4. Know Your Rights Workshop

    May 9 @ 10.30 am - 2.00 pm
  5. Granton Community Open Day

    May 12 @ 10.00 am - 2.00 pm

Latest on twitter

.@MH_arts is coming to Edinburgh! Join Gordon Ackerman at @ootbdrillhall for sculpture sessions exploring the possibility for connections, belonging and change for people and communities. Various times from 7-26th May mhfestival.com/events/edinbur…

About 2 days ago from Edspace's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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