A new film called ‘Making Recovery Real in Dundee’ captures the personal accounts and stories of 18 Dundonians who have experiences of mental health difficulties and recovery. The film was officially launched by Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Shona Robison MSP, in the cinema of the DCA on Friday 16thMarch 2018.
It is the centre-piece of a wider partnership project under the same name which was established in 2015 which included Moray and Dundee as pilot projects. Led by the Scottish Recovery Network the ‘Making Recovery Real in Dundee’ project and film aims to empower people across Scotland to have their say about how they would like to be supported locally in their recovery journey.
The Moray Wellbeing Hub has been a big part of the Making Recovery Real project and you can catch up on our story about the visit of Maureen Watt, Minister for Mental Health, to Elgin here: Scotland’s Mental Health Minister visits Making Recovery Real in Elgin
You can read the full story about the Dundee project and watch the film on the SRN website here.