Founded in 1992, we are Scotland’s national charity for everyone who lives with bipolar disorder and those who care for them. We:
Challenge stigma and discrimination while representing the views of people who live with bipolar to politicians and health professionals.
Our members decide our priorities and we’re governed by a Board of Directors elected at our Annual Conference. Each Director serves for three years and must be re-elected to continue as a Director – most of our Directors live with bipolar disorder.
The Board meets every six weeks to govern Bipolar Scotland while our Chief
Executive manages us on a day to day basis.
Do you want urgent information on bipolar disorder or need the address of your local self-help group? Do you want to tell us how wonderful we are… or where we must do better? Get in touch by any of the methods listed below.
Mile End Mill
Paisley PA1 1TJ
0141 560 2050
Outside the UK
00 44 141 560 2050