Tackling poverty and mental health – what we know and what we can do10 August 2016,
Poverty is both a cause and consequence of mental ill health. Iris Elliott explores the links.
Taking control: money and mental health1 August 2016, Guest Blogger
Helen Undy looks at the often cyclical link between money worries and mental ill health.
Preventing mental ill health: time to take action26 July 2016, Isabella Goldie
If we are to rise to the challenge of reducing the prevalence of mental health problems, we need to be stepping in at particular pressure points, says Isabella Goldie.
Sharing knowledge on citizenship, recovery and inclusive societies31 May 2016,
Iris Elliott blogs on our four-year partnership with organisations across the world.
Housing and mental health: providing support for people in need2 February 2016,
Marguerite Regan looks at the recommendations of our recent report on housing and mental health.
Mental health in prisons: let's stop and think20 January 2016, Josefien Breedvelt
Following the Prison Ombudsman's report on mental health services in prisons, Josefien Breedvelt looks at the current situation and what needs to change.
Homelessness and mental health10 December 2015,
Nina Hemming looks at the link between homelessness and mental health and what can be done in terms of policy and practice to address this inequality.
Wake Up London: to the needs of people in black, Asian and minority ethnic communities living with dementia9 September 2015,
David Truswell discusses the recommendations of the Wake Up London briefing paper, written with the Foundation's Toby Williamson.