Prevention resources and tools
By providing the right information, guidance and support in childhood and adolescence, the chances of developing mental health problems can be reduced for millions of people over a lifetime - with enormous benefits to the people directly affected, along with their families, friends and the communities they live in.
Babies in Mind
Our early intervention project in Sutton aims to support families through pregnancy and the early years of childhood.
We wanted to find out how the generation of people currently aged 55 to 65 can protect their mental health and wellbeing as they get older.
Pieces of a Jigsaw: Positive Mental Health at Work
Promoting positive mental health in workplaces.
'Making mindfulness part of our everyday is the key to its success'
The story of Shepperd's Hill Nursery, who practice mindfulness with their children.
James K's Story: Running a Marathon to Manage the Stresses of Daily Life
"I find running empties my mind."
Lisa's story: "I believe everyone has at least 10 minutes a day to be kind to themselves."
Lisa, 36, is a single parent with two sons, lives in Cheshire and works as a beauty therapist.
Podcasts & Videos
Mental health and prevention: taking local action for better mental health26 July 2016
Our report sets out ways to tackle the rapidly growing level of mental ill health.
The truth about self-harm29 February 2016
This booklet aims to help you understand more about self-harm and what to do if you are worried about yourself or someone else.