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

Sean Duggan awarded honorary degree

Katherine Hall 06 August 2015
He was awarded the honorary degree of Master of Science for his major contribution to criminal justice and mental health. Read More

Mental health at work advice from Andy Bell

Katherine Hall 02 June 2015
Our blog for on mental health at work. Read More

National organisations call on new government to make mental health a priority in emergency budget

Emma Bailey 29 May 2015
Six of England’s leading mental health organisations have joined forces to produce a plan for what the Government must do the first 100 days of the new Parliament to improve the lives of people with mental health problems. Read More

Centre welcomes Government pledge to change Mental Health Act police powers

Emma Bailey 20 May 2015
“Changing the Mental Health Act to reduce the use of police custody in an emergency and investing in better places of safety are welcome steps towards better crisis care for people with mental health problems,” Centre for Mental Health chief executive Sean Duggan said today. Read More

Too many women are falling through the gaps and not getting help for mental health during and after pregnancy, says new report

Katherine Hall 18 March 2015
Women who have depression or anxiety during pregnancy or in the year after giving birth are not having their needs recognised and not getting the support they need as a result. Read More

Supporting children's mental health is a good investment, says new report

Katherine Hall 03 February 2015
Investing in children's mental health examines the costs and the benefits of a range of interventions to prevent or treat some of the most common mental health conditions that affect children and young people. Read More

New report reviews 'what works' for people facing multiple and complex needs

Katherine Hall 29 January 2015
A new report shows that some of the most excluded and disadvantaged people in society can be effectively helped through better, more targeted support. Read More

Julie Repper appointed as new Director of National Programme helping mental health services to support recovery

Katherine Hall 09 January 2015
Dr Julie Repper begins as the Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change (ImROC) Programme Director, taking over from Professor Geoff Shepherd. Read More

Service user experience key to changing Mental Health Act police powers and improving care in a crisis, says new report

Katherine Hall 18 December 2014
The use of police powers under the Mental Health Act is a major concern for service users, family carers and professionals alike. Read More