Mental Health Foundation Scotland condemns asylum seeker forced evictions19 June 2019,
The Mental Health Foundation – Scotland’s charity for the prevention of mental ill health – has warned that Serco’s plan to evict 300 asylum seekers will exacerbate trauma and anxiety disorders among one of Scotland’s most vulnerable communities. The charity has called on the UK Government to work...
Mental Health Foundation and Our Time jointly awarded Big Lottery Funding for a project in Southwark to support families affected by mental health problems17 June 2019,
The Mental Health Foundation, in partnership with Our Time , a charity which supports children and families affected by parental mental illness, has been awarded over £260,000 from The National Lottery Community Fund to fund the delivery of family workshops called KidsTime Southwark. The funding...
PM to put prevention at top of the mental health agenda17 June 2019,
We welcome this important announcement by the Prime Minister to put prevention at the heart of the response to mental health.
Mental Health Foundation statement on 'In Plain Sight' report findings10 June 2019,
We welcome the report and its six recommendations to improve workplace wellbeing and combat the destructive impact of bullying.
Mental Health Foundation criticises new series of Love Island as it releases new statistics about body image and reality TV3 June 2019,
Almost one in four people (24 per cent) aged 18 to 24 say reality TV makes them worry about their body image, according to UK survey data released today by the Mental Health Foundation.
Hospital Abuse Allegations Highlight Vulnerable Adults’ Need For Far Better Protection22 May 2019,
Allegations made in last night’s Panorama about the abuse of people who have learning disabilities and autism highlight the urgent need for action to protect vulnerable adults.
Inappropriate language adds to mental health stigma and stops people from seeking help17 May 2019,
Mental Health Foundation comment on the Danny Rose transfer story.
Mental Health Foundation says that television programme makers have a duty of care towards guest participants and viewers16 May 2019,
Television programme makers have a duty of care towards guests who participate in their shows and to ensure they are not shamed or humiliated. Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation Mark Rowland said: "This has become especially urgent following the recent deaths of people who have...
Millions of teenagers worry about body image and identify social media as a key cause – new survey by the Mental Health Foundation15 May 2019,
Millions of teenagers in Britain worry about their body image according to a new British survey published by the Mental Health Foundation.
Pregnancy makes many women feel negative about their body image, new Mental Health Foundation survey reveals14 May 2019,
Pregnancy leaves many women feeling more negative about their body image, compared to before they were pregnant, according to a new online survey about body image from the Mental Health Foundation. The survey has been published today to mark the start of Mental Health Awareness Week.