Virgin Trains partners with Mental Health Foundation to highlight the importance of mental health31 March 2016,
Connecting for Mental Health – Mental Health Foundation and Virgin Trains announce charity partnership Mental Health Foundation and Virgin Trains West Coast join forces to highlight the importance of mental health. Today sees the launch of an inspiring new charity partnership between the Mental...
Call for information on disability hate crime schemes23 March 2016,
Today the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities launches a survey to address the kinds of disability hate crime schemes or projects currently operating in the UK. People with learning disabilities are long-standing targets of disability hate crime and harassment, and despite a reported...
Prestigious Churchill Fellowships awarded to people working in mental health21 March 2016,
The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust has just awarded 21 Travelling Fellowships to people working in the field of Mental Health.
Is it nice outside? Mental Health Foundation collaborates on new study into dementia and the natural environment11 March 2016,
Working in collaboration with Natural England , Dementia Adventure , and Innovations in Dementia , the Mental Health Foundation has today welcomed the publication of a new study into dementia and the natural environment – Is it nice outside? Consulting people living with dementia and carers about...
Mental Health Foundation highlights the importance of children’s mental health with #MindsMatter8 March 2016,
As the Friends of the Foundation host a gala dinner to raise much needed funds for the Mental Health Foundation’s work with children and young people, a preventative approach to mental health problems in childhood has never been more needed.
Mental Health Foundation supports the call for a Mental Health Champion for Northern Ireland “prevention should be their top priority”24 February 2016,
Today, Northern Ireland hosts its first mental health summit organised by Action for Mental Health . It will reinforce calls for a Mental Health Champion to “defend the rights and interests of people living with mental illness”. Dr Iris Elliott, Head of Policy and Research at the Mental Health...
With a strong focus on prevention, the Mental Health Foundation commends “pivotal” Mental Health Taskforce Report15 February 2016,
The Mental Health Foundation has been calling for a greater focus on prevention and we are delighted that this is clearly reflected in the Mental Health Taskforce report.
Programme announced for brand new festival of health and human rights in Scotland4 February 2016,
Declaration Festival will see leading writers, filmmakers, musicians and visual artists appearing alongside human rights campaigners to discuss human rights and the right to health in Scotland.
Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival launches tenth year with series of special announcements28 January 2016,
The Mental Health Foundation is to celebrate the tenth year of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival (SMHAFF) with a year-round programme of events supported by Creative Scotland and See Me Scotland.
Tackling loneliness and social isolation in later life21 January 2016,
At an extra-care housing scheme in Lewisham yesterday, Jenny Edwards CBE, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation, and Bruce Moore, Chief Executive of Housing & Care 21 marked the launch of Standing Together . To support people in later life, including people living with dementia and...