Put simply, Community Correspondents are people who have something to say about mental health. Some people have lived experience of mental illness, others have an interest because of work, volunteering or caring. We offer peer support as well as the chance to learn new skills and share your stories and opinions.
We are always looking to recruit Community Correspondents who:
are interested in mental health
live in Scotland
want training and mentoring, including video and audio skills and writing for the web.
Whether you are new to the web, or you have an existing blog, we’d like to hear from you. Tweet us at @mindwaves1 or please get in touch.
You can meet our community correspondent team here.