Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland’s mission is to be a leading and independent voice in promoting a society where people with mental illness, learning disabilities, dementia and related conditions are treated fairly, have their rights respected, and have appropriate support to live the life of their choice.
They do this by empowering individuals and their carers, monitoring mental health and incapacity law, and influencing and challenging service providers and policy makers.
Free advice line for individuals and carers: 0800 389 6809.
Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:
This service is for people in West Lothian who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
This service accepts direct self referrals.
Contact Info. & Service Address
91 Haymarket Terrace,
Monday - Friday: 9am to 5pm
Provider's Name: Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland aims to ensure that care, treatment and support are lawful and respect the rights and promote the welfare of individuals with mental health difficulties, learning disability and related conditions. Individuals may be vulnerable because they are less able at times to safeguard their own interests. They can have restrictions placed on them in order to receive care and treatment. When this happens, the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland makes sure it is legal and ethical.