Achieving Active Lives - SAMH

Delivered by SAMH - Scottish Association for Mental Health
Note: Our premises are not open to the public.
Note: this service is only for men who live in Glasgow and Dundee
  • Addictions
  • Community gardening
  • Athletics

We are here to support you if you are currently inactive and experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems. Some examples include having difficulty with things like:

Low mood

Anxiety

Low self-esteem and/or confidence

Managing emotions

Diet/nutrition

Stressors at home and/or at work

Navigating changes

Maintaining healthy habits

Sleep issues and fatigue

Low motivation and/or focus

Achieving Active Lives is not intended to be a crisis service. If you need to speak to someone urgently, please seek support here or contact your GP.

Our sessions will focus on building your motivation, confidence and resilience to help you feel ready to start living a more active lifestyle. Achieving Active Lives currently runs across Glasgow and Dundee.

If you would like more information, please contact our team in Glasgow, at AALGlasgow@samh.org.uk, or Dundee, at AALDundee@samh.org.uk

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