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Caithness Green Health Seminar

A recording of the Caithness Green Health online seminar that took place on the 13th of May 2022. Guest speakers: Maree Todd, MSP - Minster for Public Health, Women's Health and Sport Ailsa Villegas, Senior Development Officer for Green Health, NHS Highland Dr Sara Bradley, Researcher at the University of the Highlands and Islands Ruaraidh Milne, Founder of Nature 4 Health Kirsty Ewen, Scottish Disability Sport/SAMH


Caithness Poverty Action Group

Caithness Poverty Action Group is a network of statutory and third sector/charity organisations that pull together resources and knowledge around poverty concerns within Caithness, in order to create a structure of support for the Caithness community. Here you will find updates from CPAG and interviews with key community groups throughout Caithness offering advice and support on the cost of living.



Bloom is a free UK-wide programme that supports young people’s mental health resilience. The programme equips young people with the tools and knowledge to maintain their mental health through life’s transitions, both now and in the future.


Understanding Depression

Typical signs of depression in adults include persistent feelings of sadness or emptiness, feeling irritated, overwhelming feelings of guilt, anxiety, frustration, or anger, changes in appetite, an inability to concentrate, and loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities


Understanding Bipolar Disorder

The main symptoms of bipolar disorder (formerly known as manic depression) are episodes of extreme highs and lows, which can last for several weeks.