THE SCOTTISH Association for Mental Health (SAMH) has brought a hard-hitting mobile campaign to the streets of Elgin this week.
The group has taken its ‘Know Where To Go Campaign’ on the road across Scotland, so that people in remote and rural areas can get help for a mental health problem when they need it.
The pop-up stand will be on The Plainstones in Elgin, and Elgin Library, during the course of tomorrow (Tuesday).
Tracy Grant, SAMH Service Manager based in Moray, explained: "Living and working in Moray has many advantages, but the mental health services have traditionally been very centralised.
"Working with Moray Council, SAMH has set up social inclusion groups in outlying areas so that people who can’t get to a central service still have somewhere to go for help".
After leaving Elgin, the campaign will travel across the North-east and the rest of Scotland.
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