Programmes

Our programmes run across the UK, and are at the heart of our mission to achieve good mental health for all.

We measure the different ways of preventing mental ill-health in communities and individuals across the UK.

We put our mental health research to the test with programmes created for specific communities, and aim to help prevent mental health problems developing both for individuals and communities. We also work with partners and communities to build sustainable, evidence-informed programmes.

Programme areas of work

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Families, children and young people

Explore the programmes we work on to support the mental health of children, young people and parents.

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Adults

Learn more about our programmes that helps adults understand and improve their mental health.

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Later life

Learn more about the work we do to promote good mental health for older people.

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Refugees

Explore our work with refugees and helping their mental health.

Our COVID-19 programmes

Covid Response Programme

Our Covid Response Programme delivers targeted support for lone parents, refugees, people from Black And Minority Ethnic communities and people with long term health conditions.

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Long Covid Peer Support

In partnership with the Education for Peers Program (EPP) run by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, our Long Covid programme applies self-management techniques to long-term conditions, such as COVID-19.

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Living Well: Emotional Support Matters

As part of the Covid Response Programme in Scotland, Living Well delivers targeted support for lone parents, refugees, people from Black And Minority Ethnic communities and people with long term health conditions.

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Mental health resources for schools, parents, caregivers and young people

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