Action in Mind (AiM)

Action in Mind (AiM)

Charity information

Action in Mind (AiM)

Services offered are Counselling, Adult Befriending, Young Persons Befriending, Home Support, Money & Benefits, Rural Access, The Hub, & Information and Signposting.

Founded 1985

  • Mission statement

    AiM Services are designed to assist people experiencing or recovering from mental ill-health and their carers to live in the community. They are both complementary and an alternative to those offered by the statutory sector, benefiting from AiM's ability to be innovative and understanding of the needs of its client groups.

    Our Vision
    A society where people are not judged buy their mental health status alone but enables to develop their potential, realise their hopes and aspirations and lead fulfilling lives as valued and respected contributors.

    Our Mission
    Our mission is to support people experiencing or recovering from mental-ill health by delivering person-centred services, as well as challenging stigma and discrimination by promoting positive mental health and well-being in local communities.

  • Aims

    Action in Mind (AiM) aims to:

    • Raising public awareness & outreach of mental health. Engage with the general public in fostering better understanding of mental health & how this affects individuals, families, carers & community
    • Developing services and improving mentahl health outcomes to support people when using our services in ways that help them achieve the best outcomes for their mental health and recovery
    • Influencing change to make a positive difference to people experiencing or recovering from mental ill-health and to further develop & maximise our human resources as our most important asset
    • Developing our organisation to increase and use our resources efficiently and effectively to build a sustainable future for our charity in pursuit of realising its charitable objectives
    • Reducing health inequality & promoting equality of outcomes. To ensure that mental health is mainstreamed within health and that those experiencing or recovering have improved equality of outcomes
  • Overview

    Established: June 1985

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 6

    Part time staff: 12

    Volunteers: 53

    Phone number: 01786 451 203

    Address: 19 Dean Crescent Riverside Stirling FK8 1UR

    View charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website