Spending Review 2015: response from the Mental Health Policy Group

Alethea Cope 25 November 2015
Andy Bell, chair of the Mental Health Policy Group, a coalition of leading mental health organisations, has today issued the following response to the Government’s Spending Review Read More

Funding of mental health care has to change to prevent more cuts to vital services

Alethea Cope 12 November 2015
Chief Executive Sean Duggan responds to the King's Fund report 'Mental health under pressure' Read More

Children from poorer backgrounds more likely to have mental health problems

Alethea Cope 12 November 2015
A new report finds that children from poorer backgrounds are more likely to experience diagnosable mental health problems, and that 10.3% 11-year-olds has a mental health problem. Read More

Investing in public mental health will save lives and reduce inequalities, says Centre for Mental Health

Alethea Cope 09 November 2015
Centre for Mental Health's response to Mind's report on public mental health spending by local councils. Read More

Leading names call for fairer funding for mental health care

Alethea Cope 02 November 2015
Andy Bell responds to today's Equality for Mental Health open letter, which calls for greater parity of esteem between mental and physical health care. Read More

Centre supports new call to help people with mental health conditions to quit smoking

Alethea Cope 28 October 2015
The Centre is joining with ASH to call for better help for people with mental health problems who wish to quit smoking. Read More

Centre for Mental Health involved in mental health research programme for ex-service personnel and their families

Alethea Cope 20 October 2015
The Centre is collaborating with the Forces in Mind trust and the King's Centre for Military Health Research, part of King's College London. Read More

Centre for Mental Health marks 30 years of ground-breaking research

Alethea Cope 15 October 2015
The Centre marked 30 years of life-changing research with an event hearing from the Minister for Community and Social Care. Read More

Better support for people with personality disorder needed at every stage of criminal justice system, says new briefing paper

Alethea Cope 12 October 2015
Two-thirds of prisoners and about half of people under probation supervision are estimated to have personality disorder traits, yet only a small proportion get any support. Read More

Tribute to Steve Onyett

Alethea Cope 06 October 2015
Steve Morgan offers a tribute to Steve Onyett, former member of staff at Centre for Mental Health, who recently passed away. Read More