Mental health care plan welcomed by Scottish watchdog
27 June 2013 Last updated at 13:00 BST
A new way of helping people with serious mental health problems has been welcomed by a healthcare watchdog.
"Intensive home treatment teams" take the experts to the patient's own home, avoiding a hospital visit even for some patients who are suicidal.
The Mental Welfare Commission said that, despite initial safety concerns, the scheme is proving a success.
BBC Scotland's health correspondent Eleanor Bradford reports.