42% of Scottish parents say their children increasingly anxious about world events23 January 2018,
New research among Scottish parents with children aged 5 to 18 has revealed that 42% think their children are becoming more anxious about world events like terrorism, global warming or the threat of nuclear war. The Mental Health Foundation is warning that young people are being exposed to shocking...
Mental Health Foundation announces management arrangements8 January 2018,
Following the news that Jenny Edwards is to step down as our Chief Executive, the Foundation clarifies management arrangements for the foreseeable future.
Research reveals over half of young Scots who feel lonely also experience depression3 January 2018,
Our new research shows that loneliness is creating mental health problems among tens of thousands of young people across Scotland.
Mental Health Foundation Chief Executive steps down2 January 2018,
After a successful four years as Chief Executive Jenny Edwards has decided to step aside to take on fresh opportunities in 2018.
Services for young women 'almost invisible' in government policy in spite of growing mental health crisis21 December 2017,
Our new report condemns the lack of services specifically targeted at young women, despite a clear need for them.
Charities warn of undiagnosed depression among 120,000 older Scots12 December 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation and Age Scotland have conducted research suggesting loneliness is severely damaging older people's mental health.
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.
Our response to the 2017 Autumn Budget22 November 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation responds to Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2017 Autumn Budget.
Mental Health Foundation backs renewed focus on thriving workplaces26 October 2017,
Our response to the Stevenson-Farmer report on thriving at work.
Foundation responds to the decrease in the number of young people with mental health problems being treated in adult hospital wards18 October 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation is pleased to see fewer young people with a mental health problem being treated in non-specialist wards, however, we need to focus more on earlier intervention.