Bipolar Scotland runs regular in-person and online support groups across Scotland for people living with bipolar and their families and friends.
We also specialise in one-on-one peer support, whether you’ve been recently diagnosed or have lived with bipolar for a long time. We are a membership organisation and our members benefit from free Self-Management Training courses which are also run in-person and online.
We place lived experience at the heart of everything we do: our trainers and one-on-one support workers all live well with bipolar themselves and are committed to and passionate about sharing their knowledge with their peers.
As of February 2024, we run in-person support groups in Inverness, Dundee, Glasgow, Glasgow West, West Lothian, North Lanarkshire and Paisley, and online support groups for people living in Highlands and Islands, Fife, Forth Valley, Dundee and Ayrshire, Glasgow, Borders and Paisley, as well as three Scotland-wide online groups, one a general chat forum, one for friends and family, and one for young people (18-30). Please see bipolarscotland.org.uk/support-groups for an up-to-date list of our local support groups.
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