Too many people have poorer mental health because of exclusion, poverty and racism

We take the lead in challenging injustices in policies, systems and society, so that everyone can have better mental health.

LATEST BLOGS

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14 June 2024

Being asexual and the road to pride

A guest writer reflects on coming out as asexual, struggles with acceptance and invisibility, and hope for a future beyond labels and explanations.

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10 June 2024

Why transphobia in public debate is putting people’s mental health at risk

Andy details what steps need to be taken to ensure that trans people are able to live equal, rightful lives.

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A young mixed raced man with curly hair and a goatee beard, is wearing a white t-shirt and holding a patterned mug.

30 May 2024

Talking trauma: trying to be heard over toxic trauma rhetoric

Callum Young explains how unhelpful the way we talk about trauma as a society is, and outlines how we can foster more constructive conversations about trauma.

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LATEST PUBLICATIONS

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14 May 2024

Policies for better mental health 

This report calls for the Government to implement a mental health policy test to measure the mental health impact of policies before they’re adopted.

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24 April 2024

Not in school

Research shows that escalating rates of mental health problems among young people, long waiting lists and rejected referrals fuel school absences.

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10 April 2024

Building a mental health workforce for the future

Through changes to training, employment and staff support, the NHS can build the mental health workforce we will need in the years to come.

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LATEST NEWS

Photo of David Lyon, former resources director, Centre for Mental Health

13 June 2024

David Lyon: a tribute from Centre for Mental Health

We remember David Lyon, our former resources director and friend

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13 June 2024

Centre for Mental Health responds to Labour General Election 2024 manifesto

We’ve responded to the Labour general election manifesto, including pledges to modernise the Mental Health Act, expand the mental health workforce and invest in early support hubs.

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11 June 2024

Centre for Mental Health responds to Conservative General Election 2024 manifesto

We’ve responded to the Conservative general election manifesto, including pledges to reform the Mental Health Act, expand talking therapies and boost Individual Placement and Support (IPS) services.

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