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One in four people in Scotland will suffer from poor mental health at some point in their life. Everyone has mental health and everyone’s mental health is different as well as being constantly changing, depending on many different aspects. Given that SAYFC members are aged between 14 and 30 years there are so many life events going on in this period that can influence how you feel.
This is why SAYFC has chosen to encourage the conversation and break the stigma surrounding mental wellbeing. It’s about looking out for each other, as easy as asking “are ‘ewe’ okay?” And being there to listen.
Are you looking for someone to speak to?
For more information or to support "Are Ewe Okay?" contact the National Office via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0131 333 2445
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