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.
Peer Education Project (PEP)
Our innovative school-based project sees older pupils deliver mental health lessons to younger pupils, with the aim of creating more understanding and eradicating stigma.
Comhar men’s groups
The Mental Health Foundation is partnering with icap (Immigration Counselling and Psychotherapy) to deliver self-management courses for Irish men in mid-life.
Standing Together Cymru
Standing Together Cymru is a project which aims to improve mental health, wellbeing and build community connections.
Ben's story: walking 1,236 miles for mental health
Ben tells us about his amazing mental health journey which saw him spend three months trekking the length of the UK in support of the Mental Health Foundation.
Amy lost her aunt to suicide nearly ten years ago. She tells us about how she uses exercise to look after her mental health.
My body: a trophy of the maternal journey
Jenny takes us through her maternal journey, from childbirth to watching her grown-up children start the next generation. She reflects on her relationship with her body along the way.
Podcasts & Videos
State of a generation: Preventing mental health problems in children and young people26 November 2019
We have commissioned three reports, each looking at a different stage in life and the key things that both challenge and support mental health at these stages.
State of a generation: Preventing mental health problems in children and young people (Scotland)26 November 2019
We have commissioned three reports, each looking at a different stage in life and the key things that both challenge and support mental health at these stages. (Scotland version)