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Professor Dame Sue Bailey has become the Centre's new Chair of Trustees, succeeding Lady Elizabeth Vallance after eight years in the role
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We respond to the Chancellor's announcement of £2 billion extra annual investment in NHS mental health services
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As Lady Elizabeth steps down as Chair, some of the Centre's friends reflect on her impact
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We warmly welcome the BMA’s call for a ‘cradle to grave’ approach to mental health prevention.
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Young African Caribbean men across Birmingham will benefit from National Lottery funding, thanks to a life-changing scheme initiated by Birmingham Repertory Theatre, First Class Legacy, Centre for Mental Health and Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
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"Too many children are left without help until they reach a crisis"
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New briefing challenges a polarised debate and shares the evidence on social media
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Leaders from over 50 organisations are committing to enabling improved physical health for people living with a severe mental illness
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We respond to the disturbing statistics highlighted by the Children's Society today
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Our response to the Government's proposals for mental health support in schools
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Centre for Mental Health's new commission will seek policy and practice solutions to address inequalities in mental health
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GPs should be supported and incentivised to meet all new mothers six weeks after their babies are born to ask them about their mental health