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Annual review 2013-14

Annual Review 2013-14 cover imageOur latest annual review is available to download now.

It covers the Bradley report, parenting programmes, providing welfare advice and treating patients with complex needs. It also describes our plans for the future and shows how you can get involved in our work. Read more about us here.

Making Recovery a Reality in Forensic Settings

Recovery for people in forensic services is in most ways the same as for those using other mental health services. But people with offending histories also have to come to terms with what they have done.


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Centre for Mental Health

Centre for Mental Health aims to help to create a society in which people with mental health problems enjoy equal chances in life to those without.

We focus on criminal justice, employment, mental health at work, recovery and children, with supporting work on broader mental health and public policy.

What's new

News: Two major reports show how far we have to go to achieve parity

Why Access Matters - new blog post

Access and waiting time standards for mental health care are a vital first step to parity

General Election 2015: Prioritising Mental Health Research

Centre for Mental Health begins work to offer more people best available help with employment

Extract from Sir Keir Starmer's Centre for Mental Health lecture - full transcript now available

Mental health services unable to cope with demand for psychological therapies, says coalition

Recovery support can help people in forensic mental health services

Chief Medical Officer's report sets clear agenda for reinvestment in better mental health

England's leading mental health organisations call on all political parties to make mental health a priority in run up to election

Taskforce needs to find ways to reinvest in children's mental health

The current evidence on depression - new blog post

Shocking gaps in UK maternal mental health services - #everyonesbusiness campaign

Happiness is the government's business say mental health experts

Final report of an independent commission chaired by Lord Bradley to review progress and identify priorities for further development

On-site training from 1 to 3 hours delivering good mental health at work.

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The Bradley Report five years on

Cover of Bradley Report five years on The five years since the Bradley Report was published have seen concerted action to improve support for people with mental health problems and those with learning difficulties in the criminal justice system, but this will need to be sustained for at least another five years to put the vision into practice nationwide.

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