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Depression Alliance Scotland

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Job Vacancies

We currently have vacancies for two Community Development Officers and a Communications and Support Officer. Visit our jobs page.

Survey on Talking Therapies

What do you think would improve the way talking therapies are provided in Scotland in order to make a positive difference to people experiencing Depression? Please click here to take the survey.

Money problems?

Research by the Scottish Association for Mental Health has found that some people with problems caused by recession are likely to be affected by Depression. We have a new page on our website about money.


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Depressed in Scotland?

Depression Alliance Scotland (DAS) is the only charity based in Scotland working for people with Depression living in Scotland. Find out more about our services

Scottish National Depression Week

This year, Scottish National Depression week is on 17 - 23 June. The campaign is about Depression in later life. If you would like more information or to order a National Depression Week pack, please contact us.

Look OK... Feel Crap? Website from DAS is aimed at young adults who may not use traditional services such as the phone line or self-help support groups

Research Volunteers Required

Three research projects are looking for people with experience of Depression. One study is looking at Depression or Borderline Personality Disorder in females, the second is looking at the experience of parents with Depression and the third is looking at drug use and mental illness. More about the studies.