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The future of prison mental health care in England

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In some ways, prisons are less safe than they were 15 years ago. Our recommendations will help to make people safer.
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Ask how I am

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Supporting emotional health among people living with long term conditions
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Trying something new

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Improving boys’ and young men’s mental health through sports and creative activities
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Covid-19 and the nation's mental health: May 2021

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Our new model indicates the groups of people most at risk of poor mental health as a result of the pandemic
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Maternal mental health during a pandemic

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We conducted a rapid evidence review of the impact of Covid-19 on the mental health of new and expectant mothers, and the support that’s been available during the pandemic
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Young Black men's mental health during Covid-19

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Experiences from the Shifting the Dial project
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Mental health and housing

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Supported housing services provide a bridge to independent living after hospital, and can both improve people’s lives and reduce the costs of mental health care
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Mental health for all?

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The final report of the Commission for Equality in Mental Health highlights that change is possible, setting out a system designed for equality
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Mental health inequalities: factsheet

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Inequalities in mental health mean that some people are more likely to have poor mental health, and less likely to get effective support. We've put together some of the key facts to help you learn more and campaign for change.
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Peer support and workforce development

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We explored the implications of expanding mental health peer support for children and young people, LGBTQ+ people, and older people
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Commission for Equality in Mental Health: Briefing 3

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Why do people with poorer mental health often get the least effective help?
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How mental health charities are responding to Covid-19

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A short briefing summarising how 17 national mental health organisations have been working together to respond to the Covid-19 crisis