Publications

We produce a range of publications, including reports, briefings and information booklets. Hard copies are available to purchase and can be ordered online.


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Latest Publications

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This report is the evaluation of the Dementia Self Help project, featuring three peer support groups for people in the early stages of dementia living in extra care housing.
Dementia Self Help Group Evaluation Report

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This report is the evaluation of the Dementia Self Help project, featuring three peer support groups for people in the early stages of dementia living in extra care housing.

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This is the front cover of a resource pack for self-help groups, for people who are either living with dementia or worried about their memory.
Dementia Self-Help Group Guide

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This Guide is intended for self-help groups for people who are either living with dementia or worried about their memory. 

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This guide has been designed to help GPs and other primary care practitioners develop practice that is young person friendly, and better identify and address the mental health needs of the young people who come to see them.
How to promote young people's wellbeing in primary care

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This guide has been designed to help GPs and other primary care practitioners develop practice that is young person friendly, and better identify and address the mental health needs of the young people who come to see them.

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Talkback June 2014

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Three times a year, the Mental Health Foundation produces an update for its supporters, outlining its current research, projects and fundraising activity.

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The cover of the Right Here guide How to...promite mental wellbeing in youth work practice.
How to...improve mental wellbeing in youth work practice

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This guide is aimed at youth organisations working with young people aged 16–25 to help embed mental wellbeing improvement practices within the organisations.

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This is the front cover of the Mental Health Awareness Week report on Anxiety, where we  explore anxiety and understand the role that it plays in our lives for better and for worse.
Living with Anxiety

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In aid of Mental Health Awareness Week 2014, we explore how the role anxiety has in our lives.

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This is the yellow poster for the 2014 Mental Health Awareness Week campaign themed anxiety. 
Are You Anxiety Aware? Yellow Poster

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This is the yellow poster for Mental Health Awareness Week 2014, which is themed around anxiety

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This is the orange poster of the 2014 Mental Health Awareness campaign themed on anxiety
Are You Anxiety Aware? Orange Poster

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This is the orange poster for Mental Health Awareness Week 2014, which is themed around anxiety.

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This is the front cover of the booklet for Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 which is themed around anxiety
Are you Anxiety Aware?

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This is the booklet for Mental Health Awareness Week 2014, the theme of which is anxiety.

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This information pack is intended to provide a basic introduction to mental wellbeing and mental health problems before considering mental health problems in children and young people with learning disabilities in more depth.
Children and young people with learning disabilities and their mental health

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This information pack is intended to provide a basic introduction to mental wellbeing and mental health problems before considering mental health problems in children and young people with learning disabilities in more depth.

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Please call 020 7803 1150 Monday to Wednesday, or email publications@mentalhealth.org.uk 
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