Declaration - a new health and human rights festival25 February 2016,
Declaration is a new health and human rights festival that will take place in Glasgow next month from the 3 – 6 March. Festival manager, Gail Aldam, tells us more.
Prevention must be the top priority for Northern Ireland's Mental Health Champion23 February 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott looks at the most important items in the in-tray of Northern Ireland's new Mental Health Champion.
Banishing the stigma attached to eating disorders22 February 2016,
Stephanie McAlinden looks at the effect of the stigma attached to eating disorders and how opening up about her own struggle was the best thing she did.
Prevention is the only way lasting change can be achieved17 February 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott breaks down the Mental Health Taskforce's report, The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health, focusing on prevention - the public's number one priority.
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.
The new Mental Health Foundation website18 January 2016, Stuart Hill
What have we changed on our new site, and why have we done it?
The Age of Loneliness12 January 2016, Mark Rowland
Mark Rowland, the Mental Health Foundation’s new Director of Fundraising and Communications, writes about the importance of confronting the rising issue of loneliness in modern Britain.
A missed opportunity on prevention12 January 2016,
Marguerite Regan, the Mental Health Foundation’s Policy Manager, sets out why today’s speech by the Prime Minister highlights that mental health has risen up the policy agenda but represents a missed opportunity to underline the importance of prevention.
Christmas has a direct impact on our mental health5 January 2016,
Joanna Carson blogs on her recent visit to one of our Standing Together groups, which are helping elderly people combat loneliness using techniques rooted in building relationships with people.