The Mental Health Foundation responds to Prevention Green Paper consultation17 October 2019,
The Mental Health Foundation response to the Prevention Green Paper consultation.
Ambassador hosts World Mental Health Day reception at embassy to launch project for Irish men in mid-life11 October 2019,
On World Mental Health Day (10 October) the Irish Ambassador Adrian O’Neill hosted a reception to launch the Comhar Project, which aims to support Irish men in mid-life facing poor mental health and elevated risk of suicide. The reception was well attended by representatives from across the third...
People affected by suicide gather in Trafalgar Square to form a human green ribbon – Mental Health Foundation10 October 2019,
Up to 100 mental health advocates and people affected suicide have gathered in Trafalgar Square to form a human green ribbon of green umbrellas for World Mental Health Day.
We can all help to prevent suicide - charity says on World Mental Health Day10 October 2019,
Suicide is something that everyone can help to prevent, the Mental Health Foundation says today as it marks World Mental Health Day.
Glasgow lights up green to highlight tragic rise in number of Scottish suicides10 October 2019,
Glasgow lights up green to highlight tragic rise in number of Scottish suicides
Farmers’ health and wellbeing needs to be at the centre of Brexit response – new report26 September 2019,
More needs to be done to protect against the potential detrimental impact of Brexit on the health and wellbeing of farming communities in Wales.
Response to Scottish Government's Programme for Government 19/203 September 2019,
Julie Cameron, Head of Programmes at MHF Scotland: “We welcome the commitment towards improving standards of perinatal and infant mental healthcare, supported by £50 million of funding, in today’s Programme for Government announcement. “It’s encouraging to hear that the Government is committed to...
Caroline Horton wins 2019 Mental Health Fringe Award23 August 2019,
The Mental Health Fringe Award, now in its third year, is presented by the Mental Health Foundation in recognition of the most compelling new show about mental health at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. All Of Me, by Caroline Horton is the 2019 winner.
New project in North London targets Irishmen facing higher risk of suicide2 August 2019,
A new project is being launched today in Camden, North London, to help Irish middle-aged men who are living with mental health problems and have a higher risk of suicide. The aim is to help them feel more in control of their own lives, and able to support each other. The project, which will run at...
The Mental Health Foundation responds to Commission for Equality in Mental Health call for evidence1 August 2019,
The Mental Health Foundation responds to Commission for Equality in Mental Health call for evidence