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...
1 in 10 children have no one to talk to in school when they are worried or sad10 October 2018,
Our new survey provides further evidence of the crisis in children's mental health.
A quarter of Scottish parents say academic pressure is causing their children to feel stressed10 October 2018,
New statistics on children's mental health as we launch our campaign, calling on ministers to put mental health at the heart of the school curriculum or face a growing crisis.
4 in 10 British parents indicate children are anxious about threat of terrorism23 January 2018,
Our new survey shows that many parents believe their children are anxious about scary world events.
Foundation responds to children's mental health green paper4 December 2017,
The government's green paper on children and young people's mental health is a positive step, but doesn't go far enough.
Mental Health Foundation unveils mental health in schools project17 October 2017,
We unveil our timely new project, where older students teach younger ones about mental health.
Foundation joins calls for people who experienced in care abuse or neglect in Scotland to register for support20 February 2017,
Future Pathways has been established to support those who were abused or neglected as children while they were living in care in Scotland. It is supported by funding from the Scottish Government and is managed by a consortium of organisations that have formed the In Care Survivor Support – including the Mental Health Foundation.
PM's mental health speech signals 'long-awaited and much-needed shift in thinking'9 January 2017,
Today in a speech to the Charity Commission, the Prime Minister set out a plan to end the "hidden injustice" of mental ill-health.
Disturbing report highlights need to prevent spiralling levels of mental ill health in children and young people28 May 2016,
The Children’s Commissioner for England has launched a new report revealing that children and young people are struggling to access mental health services they need.
Mental Health Foundation’s ‘Truth about Self Harm’ featured in national reading scheme supporting young people’s mental health12 April 2016,
The booklet aims to help young people understand more about self-harm and what to do if they are worried about themselves or someone else. It explains what self-harm is, what to do if you or someone you know is self-harming, and how to get help.