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Free mental health support for your community in Scotland

Available via participating Scottish councils, Togetherall is a safe, online community where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and wellbeing.

  • Working together to provide support in Scotland

    Through our partnerships with local councils and Educational Psychological Services, Togetherall has supported over 20,000 people in Scotland since 2018.

  • Instant access

    29%* of members joined Togetherall because we have no waiting lists.

    People can simply search and click register to get support from our vibrant and welcoming community.

  • Safe & supportive community, 24/7

    Professionally trained moderators keep the platform safe, ensuring the community is constructive and inclusive.

    70%* of members say the community has helped.


“The major factor that we really liked was that this is a supervised and moderated clinical service. If a young person posts anything inappropriate or risky then the Wall Guides can intervene and either redirect the post or remove anything unsuitable.”

Barry Syme, Principal Psychologist, Glasgow City Council

Togetherall is currently available in the following areas:


Supporting Young people

Orkney Islands Council

16 – 31 years of age

Glasgow City Council

16 – 24 years of age

Tayside – Angus, Dundee, Perth & Kinross Councils

16 – 24 years of age

West Dunbartonshire Council

16 – 24 years of age

Renfrewshire Council

16 – 25 years of age

South Ayrshire Council

16 – 25 years of age

Falkirk Council

16 – 26 years of age


Supporting people of all ages

Aberdeenshire Council

Ages 16+

Scottish Borders Council

Ages 16+

Hear from a Togetherall member

In this anonymous testimonial, a Togetherall member talks about her experience with our online community and how it helped her to open up about her mental health when she felt like she had nowhere else to go.

Individuals who would benefit from Togetherall:

  • Those struggling with low mood and not feeling like themselves

  • Those who are isolated in some way and may have difficulty opening up to those around them

  • Those who are reluctant to access face to face services due to fear of stigma

  • Those who are unable to access face to face services due to lack of transport, physical health conditions, work or caring commitments

  • Those who would benefit from support between sessions/treatment

  • Those currently on a waiting list for treatment and would benefit from mental health support

Want more information or have questions?

Referrer pack

This document contains more information on eligibility, service features and the Togetherall referral process.

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Contact our team

If you have any questions, want to arrange a demonstration of the service for your team, or gain access to marketing materials to help you promote the service, please get in touch with your account manager, Emma Lambert.

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*Data from the 2021 Togetherall healthcare impact report 2021.