platForum Glasgow

A voice for people affected by mental ill health in  South-west Glasgow

Useful Links

The Advocacy Project

Individual advocacy service providing  free and confidential  support and advice across Glasgow, South Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire.


BiPolar Scotland

Provide information, support and advice for people affected by bipolar disorder and promoting self-help and self management accross Scotland.


Citizens Advice Scotland

Citizens Advice Scotland, support Scotland’s largest independent advice network for welfare benefits  and consumer advice.


Glasgow Association for Mental Health

GAMH is an independent  charityproviding more than 2000 hours of community based support every week to people in Glasgow.


Mental Health Network

A service-user led charity which acts as a collective advocacy voice for people with a lived experience of mental-ill health and their carers accross Glasgow.


Mental Health Foundation 

Focusing on social justice and inequality in mental health with community organisations, policy makers and researchers and providing information on a range of mental health matters.


Mental Welfare Commission

Responsibility for safeguarding the rights and welfare of people in Scotland with a learning disability, mental illness or other mental disorder.



One of Scotland’s largest mental health charities. We support around 1600 adults and young people every week  across Scotland.


Scottish Association for Mental Health

Supporting communities across Scotland providing mental health social care support, homelessness, addictions and employment services.


Scottish Recovery Network

Providing recovery tools and raising awareness of recovery from mental health problems.



SeeMe Scotland

National Programme takling mental health stigma and discrimination. funded by Scottish Government and Comic Relief and managed by SAMH and The Mental Health Foundation



Supporting people struggling with bad housing or homelessness through advice, support and legal services.


Voices of Experience

Scotland’s national voice on mental health – representing service user views to make sure Scotland’s laws and mental health services reflect service user needs and interests.