RAMH services become even more visible and accessible – 03.10.2016
Local mental health charity RAMH will be moving to new premises allowing their services to be even more visible and accessible within the community.
RAMH Renfrewshire Community Service, which incorporates employability, financial literacy, self management and therapeutic, social, educational and creative groups, will now be based at 14 St James’ Street, Paisley.
Chief Executive Stephen McLellan said “being so close to Gilmour Street station and on more bus routes means RAMH services will be more accessible to more people. Plus we will be more visible in the community which we hope will help us overcome some of the misconceptions of mental health”.
He added “we can continue to deliver our high quality services and will now be able to offer an even more integrated package of care for every single person who needs our services.”
RAMH provides 250,000 hours of face to face support, in local communities, directly supporting over 4,000 people. Since 1990 the charity has provided professional care and services to those experiencing mental ill health; depression, self harm, bipolar disorder, anxiety, as well as promoting community wide mental and physical wellbeing.