Shocking new poll reveals mental health stigma in the workplace10 October 2017,
40% of Scots fear revealing a mental health problem at work would jeopardise their career.
Our response to the prime minister's party conference speech4 October 2017,
We analyse the key mental health announcements in Theresa May's Conservative Party Conference speech.
Suicides in Great Britain: response to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics7 September 2017,
We comment on the latest suicide statistics, which show an overall fall in suicides in Great Britain.
Foundation publishes action plan to tackle Scotland's suicide rate7 September 2017,
Scotland's suicide rate is rising, but there has been an unacceptable drop in funding to prevent it.
Mental Health Foundation welcomes new prevention resources30 August 2017,
We welcome Public Health England's new suite of prevention resources.
Mental Health Foundation Scotland accredited as Living Wage Employer29 August 2017,
As we are accredited as a Living Wage Employer, we call on employers to take action to help people with mental health problems stay in work, particularly during periods of ill health.
Winner announced for first Mental Health Fringe Award at Edinburgh Festival25 August 2017,
Mental, by Kane Power Theatre beat off competition from almost 50 entries to win the inaugural award.
Our response to government announcement to boost mental health staff numbers31 July 2017,
The Foundation's Isabella Goldie responds to the government's announcement to recruit thousands more mental health nurses.
New resources to support families and children after traumatic events25 July 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation in partnership with the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) has produced new resources to help both parents and professional health visitors to support families and children after traumatic events – such as car accidents, violence, illnesses and operations and also large...
Mental Health Foundation welcomes launch of Thrive LDN4 July 2017,
Today the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan launches Thrive LDN, a city-wide movement to improve the mental health of all Londoners.