What We Do

Self Help Groups

Bipolar Scotland grew out of Self-Help Groups and our Groups remain hugely important to us. Our groups meet once a month (usually 7-9pm) and are free to attend. You don’t have to be a Bipolar Scotland member and you don’t need a referral or an appointment. Our groups are places where people who live with bipolar can share ideas and information on how to improve their quality of life. They’re great places for letting off steam about issues that are stressing you and for getting support from people who know what you’re talking about.
 
Our groups are equally open to friends, family and carers of people with a bipolar diagnosis and have regular guest speakers, so please come and join us.
 
If you live in an area which isn’t served by one of our groups and would like to help set one up, why not get in touch via 0141 560 2050 or info@bipolarscotland.org.uk –we’d love to hear from you.
Group House Rules

BIPOLAR SCOTLAND ONLINE GROUP

MEETING TIMES & DAYS

 

AYRSHIRE-DUNDEE

1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month, 7pm

 

18-30 ONLINE

Fortnightly on a Wednesday, 7pm

 

HIGHLAND

1st & 3rd Thursday of every month, 7pm

 

LOTHIAN

1st Thursday of every month, 7pm

 

GLASGOW CITY

2nd Wednesday & 4th Sunday of every month, 7pm

 

WEST LOTHIAN

Fortnightly on a Thursday, 7pm

 

FIFE & FORTH VALLEY

2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month, 7pm

 

BORDERS

1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month, 7pm

 

GLASGOW WEST

2nd Sunday & 4th Wednesday of every month, 7pm

 

PAISLEY

Fortnightly on a Monday, 6pm

 

LOTHIAN 18-30

Last Monday of every month, 7pm

 

ABERDEEN

Fortnightly on a Thursday, 7pm

 

ISLANDS GROUP

2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month, 6pm

 

FRIENDS & FAMILY

3rd Monday of every month, 7pm

LOTHIAN CARERS GROUP

Last Wednesday of every month, 7pm

BIPOLAR BLETHER

1st Sunday of every month, 3pm

 

To find out more or join a meeting please contact

Graeme Bowman at graemeb@bipolarscotland.org.uk