Why Nature was the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 20218 April 2021, Mark Rowland
Our Chief Executive explains why we chose 'nature' as the theme for this year's Mental Health Awareness Week 2021.
Joint statement by Chair of Trustees and CEO – The Mental Health Foundation’s commitments on race and diversity7 April 2021, Aisha Sheikh-Anene Mark Rowland
Following the murder of George Floyd, people all around the world recognised afresh that fundamental change was still needed across society if we are to realise a future that was more equal and equitable.
That is why it was so disappointing that the...
What next for the future of health security in the UK?24 March 2021, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
The Mental Health Foundation responds to today’s proposals for the new UK Health Security Agency
Whatever the intent, the proposal announced today for the future of Health Security in England will result in a more fragmented system. We are losing a...
Choose To Challenge on International Women's Day 20214 March 2021,
Hear about why International Women's Day is an important moment to champion women's mental health.
Loneliness in young people: policy recommendations11 February 2021,
Read about young people's experiences of loneliness and ideas for policy solutions.
Loneliness in young people: research briefing11 February 2021,
Read our research briefing on the current state of loneliness in children and young people.
15 things to do if you're feeling lonely11 February 2021,
Check out our tips and advice to help you cope with feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2021: Express yourself1 February 2021,
Read about children and self-expression for Children's Mental Health Week 2021.
SITUATE programme, one year on20 January 2021, Marwah El-Murad
Students In transition at university: aiming to enhance mental and social health and wellbeing
Our Coronavirus response programme20 January 2021, Lee Knifton
Learn about our new programme which aims to prevent the mental health crisis.