New toolkit will support employers to take a proactive approach to suicide prevention

Martin Barrow reflects on a suicide prevention toolkit created for employersRead more

A curriculum for wellbeing

Are mental health promotion programmes the best way to develop children's wellbeing?Read more

'Support without sanctions' required to ensure improvements in claimants' prospects

The 'Improving Lives: Work, Health and Disability' Green Paper was released in November 2016. Amy Hardie offers a response from the Centre.Read more

Speaking from experience: peer research with the Centre

Alex reflects on his peer research into young black men and mental healthRead more

Everyday injustices: the Prime Minister's speech on mental health and why it matters

Our reflections on Theresa May's speech on mental health and social reformRead more

Promising signs in a challenging landscape: mental health in 2016

How was 2016 for mental health? A look back at the yearRead more

Thinking ahead – early action and traumatic brain injury

How early action in addressing traumatic brain injury could have huge social and economic benefitsRead more

Telling our stories: the mental health media landscape

Martin Barrow reflects on the Mind media awardsRead more

Benchmarking mental health services

The latest NHS Benchmarking report sheds light on mental health care in England and Wales, pointing to a rise in hospital beds and a reduction in community servicesRead more

Supporting women in the criminal justice system

Jenny Talbot OBE reflects on the needs of women in the criminal justice system, and the role of local authorities in supporting them.Read more