In 2016, the ALLIANCE funded nine projects for five years in the Transforming Self Management in Scotland round of the Self Management Fund.

Below is an overview of the projects which the ALLIANCE funded for five years. To find out more about any of these projects, simply select, click or tap on one of them.

Aberdeen Foyer

Development of Aberdeen Foyer's Impact Project by extension to cover the Aberdeenshire area as well as Aberdeen City.

  • Location: Aberdeenshire
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £775,743.14
  • Start Date: April 2016

Action for M.E.

Development of a peer support network aimed to support and empower people with M.E. and their unpaid carers in Scotland.

  • Location: Scotland-wide
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £318,515.00
  • Start Date: April 2016

COPE Scotland

Aimed to support and improve self management by supporting people in Drumchapel at an individual and community level.

  • Location: Glasgow
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £317,800.00
  • Start Date: April 2016

Grampian Opportunities

Grampian Opportunities received funding to build on their previous work and develop a link worker role.

  • Location: Aberdeenshire
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £307,399.00
  • Start Date: April 2016

Highland Third Sector Interface (LGOWIT)

Aimed to expand HTSI's network of education and support for people with a long term condition around self management and peer support.

  • Location: Highland
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £834,822.00
  • Start Date: May 2016

MS Centre Mid Argyl

MS Centre Mid Argyll received funding for a five year project to enhance and develop their outreach and community development.

  • Location: Argyll and Bute
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £567,054.40
  • Start Date: April 2016

Networking Key Services (NKS)

Networking Key Services (NKS) received funding to develop their support programme for South Asian Communities living in Edinburgh.

  • Location: Edinburgh
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £171.727
  • Start Date: May 2016

Recovery Across Mental Health (RAMH)

RAMH received funding to develop their self management work involving peer volunteers, skills exchange and partnership working.

  • Location: Renfrewshire
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £211.762
  • Start Date: October 2016

Versus Arthritis

Versus Arthritis were awarded funding in April 2016 for five years to develop Joint Potential in conjunction with rheumatologists.

  • Location: Scotland-wide
  • Project Status: Completed
  • Total Funding: £369,563.10
  • Start Date: October 2016