Scotland's FlagScotland has an active National Network, local groups and has been organising regular meetings and conferences.The Network has a national steering group, including Christine brown, Roddy Gordon, Audrey Reid, Maria Griffins and Ron Coleman. Roddy Gordon and Babs Johnston continue to be active in Scotland too.

Dundee Hearing Voices Network has impressive offices, with beautiful work and creative areas. It is a place that reflects the values of the voice hearers who run it.

You can contact the Scottish Hearing Voices via the Dundee group


Contact: Christine Brown | Email: [email protected] | Tel: +44 1382 223023

Post: Scotland HVN, 216 – 220 Hilltown, Dundee, DD3 7AU


Find A Group

Dundee HaVen: [email protected] +44 1382 223023 216 – 220 Hilltown, Dundee, DD3 7AU. Contact: Carina Tejerina Monday/Friday. Web:

Hearing Voices Network Edinburgh: Inchkeith House Self help Group, 137 Leith Walk, Edinburgh. Fridays 2pm – 3pm, Contact: Stuart Hyde and Alisdair Gormly

“The Hive” Self Help Group: +44 131 537 6256 Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Morningside Tce. Edinburgh. Tuesdays 2pm – 3pm. Contact: Shona Ferguson,

Cambridge Street’s Group and 1-1 Clinic Group Edinburgh: +44 131 5378650 Cambridge Street House, 5 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh. Thursdays 3pm – 4pm. Contact: George Watson, Barbara Braner, Christine Hislop

Fife Hearing Voices Network: +44 1592 267771, Office 4, Fraser Buildings, Millie Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2NL

Hearing Voices Network Glasgow: [email protected], +44 7806478574, The Scotia Clubhouse, 159 Broad St, Bridgeton, Eastend Glasgow. Thursdays, 1pm – 3pm. Contact Amanda.

Shetland Hearing Voices Network: +44 1595 693313, Echoes Hearing Voices Group Shetland, Echoes, Shetland Link Up, 8 Commercial Street, Lerwick, Shetland, 2EI 0AN. Contact: Heather Slater

Grampian Hearing Voices Network: [email protected] +44 1224-557601, Alford Centre HVG Group, Alford Centre, Albyn Place, Aberdeen. Contact: Christine Brown

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8 responses to “Scotland”

  1. Julie McPherson

    The Hive Hearing Voices Support Group now meets on a Wednesday 2 – 3 pm in the Hive, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh. Contact : Julie McPherson or Dave Boyd.
    We have a booklet about our group which you can download here


  2. Chrys Muirhead

    As far as I am aware there is now no co-ordinated HVN in Scotland. And hasn’t been for some time. I spoke to the Dundee HVN recently and they tell me there isn’t anything going on nationally. Although some of the groups do meet up, but not all of them.

    Last week I spoke to a woman who is presently an inpatient of my local psychiatric hospital, in Fife, Scotland. She told me that she hears voices but is on lots of psychiatric drugs to, apparently, keep the voices silent. And she hasn’t had any support for the HV, only the drugs which make her flat and unable to make decisions. She wants to come off the psych drugs.

    As a mental health activist and campaigner I wanted to highlight this, regards, Chrys

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