Dr Nuwan Dissanayaka highlights the struggle for people like Jamie to maintain independence Read more
We're here until people with mental health problems have a fair chance in life.
Our media ambassador Martin Barrow reflects on the mental health needs of children in foster care. Read more
We respond to the CQC's report highlighting that too many people are in locked rehabilitation wards away from home Read more
A £1.5million programme designed to open up a wealth of employment opportunities for young Londoners with mental health conditions has been announced. Read more
It is vital that we understand the causes of suicide and take action in schools, colleges and communities to prevent tragedies whenever possible. Read more
Lorraine Khan on addressing the mental health inequalities faced by young black men Read more
Helen's blog highlights that rehabilitation services have been neglected in mental health policy Read more
1 in 5 children will experience a mental health problem at some point during childhood, but many do not get effective and timely support. We’re working to change this…
90% of prisoners have a mental health or substance misuse problem; we’re working to ensure more get the right help where and when they need it…
Our economic analysis demonstrates both the human and financial costs of mental health problems, and highlights how much money society could save through better support
The majority of people with mental health problems want to work, but often the support they need is not available. We’re making sure more people get the right help when they want it…
Physical health problems make mental health problems worse, and vice versa. We're finding ways to fix this by understanding how these complex needs can be better addressed together
Recovery means enabling people to live the lives they want with or without the symptoms of mental health problems
Most former Service people make a successful transition to civilian life but some experience mental health problems and we’re finding ways to offer them effective help
We have been changing and influencing mental health policy for 30 years and we're still doing so....