Bethan explores how timely access to mental health services could be a reality for all, if we properly resource services, minimise the use of coercion, and widen access.
Bethan explores how critical addressing inequalities is to building a mentally healthier nation.
What steps can the Government and all political parties commit to implementing to improve the mental health of prisoners in the UK?
Manifesto ideas for the local council elections.
“It’s proved to me that I’m worth something”: Individual Placement and Support in drug and alcohol services
Can Individual Placement and Support effectively aid people in drug and alcohol services into sustainable employment?
Racism causes poor mental health and prevents people accessing support, says new report from Centre for Mental Health
This report looks into how care services in the UK might work with community groups to coproduce mental health support that tackles the harms and barriers caused by racism.
Pursuing racial justice in mental health investigates how health and care services in the UK can collaborate with community organisations to coproduce mental health support that best meets the needs of racialised communities.
Mental Health Act figures underscore need for reform to tackle inequalities, says Centre for Mental Health
Latest NHS Digital data on the Mental Health Act reveals that reform is desperately needed to address and tackle existing inequalities.
Andy Bell paints a picture of what mental health services in the UK in 2023 look like, based on data from the NHS Benchmarking Network.
Zainab draws upon her own lived experience as a Pakistani Muslim accessing mental health services, emphasising the mental health disparities that Muslim communities face in the UK and highlighting the need for faith-informed, culturally competent mental health care.