Podcasts and Videos
How Debbie turned her life around
Shortly after Debbie's son was born she became a single mother and soon after that, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. With no support network close to her, the future looked bleak. But with the help of the Mental Health Foundation, she was able to turn her life around. Help us to help more people like Debbie We aim to improve the lives of people who are struggling - like Debbie was. But we can't do this without your help. If you donate, we'll be able to help more young mothers to move from surviving to thriving. Donate now
Improving the lives of young parents and their children
Naomi tells her inspirational story about how our Young Mums Together project helped change her life.
Three-minute mindfulness breathing space
A three-minute mindfulness breathing space podcast, narrated by world-leading mindfulness teacher Ed Halliwell.
General election 2017: five mental health asks for the new government
Jenny Edwards presents our five steps that government can take for a mentally thriving UK.
What are our biggest life struggles? And what does it take to just survive? We went to Soho square in London to ask some members of the public. People candidly opened up to us about their most signficiant struggles in life. They included, depression, addiction and divorce. They also tell us how these experiences impacted their lives. We need your help We want to focus on the prevention of mental health problems but we can't do this without your help. Please consider a donation today. Donate now
From surviving to thriving: building a mentally healthier Britain
Watch our animation and see how we can move from surviving to thriving.
Mental Health Awareness Week 2017 preview
Mark Rowland discusses the Surviving or Thriving? theme of Mental Health Awareness Week 2017.
What is the value of peer support?
Experts discuss the value of peer support and argue for it to be rolled out more widely.
Looking after your mental health at Christmas: care for others
Caring for others can be a real boost for our mental health - and present-buying isn't the only way to do it at Christmas.
Looking after your mental health at Christmas: drink sensibly
There's nothing wrong with a few drinks over Christmas, but know your limits.