Our media team work with print, broadcast and online journalists across the UK. We can provide comment on a range of issues relating to mental illness and also have a bank of case studies.
Rethink Mental Illness' bid to raise awareness of psychosis among young people as they start university, often a time of stress and change which can trigger mental health problems.
“While any fall in the number of suicides offers hope, the numbers are still worryingly high overall, and behind each number is a real person."
This will give the tens of thousands of people who live in supported housing much needed reassurance that their homes are safe from cuts and closure.
New Mental Health UK research finds one in six people who have experienced money problems have experienced suicidal thoughts because of this.
A survey of frontline reveals staff fear their services are likely to close if new Government plans go ahead
Sport England and eight charities from The Richmond Group are collaborating to help people with a range of health conditions benefit from getting active.
“An extra £20 billion for the health sector is good news as this money is desperately needed."
A major new initiative to tackle one of the biggest health inequalities was launched today by Centre for Mental Health, Kaleidoscope Health and Care and Rethink Mental Illness in collaboration with more than 20 professional organisations, charities and health service bodies across the country.
Interim report from the Independent Review of the Mental Health Act shows serious failings with the Act