Our projects and research aims to change our understanding of mental health problems and improve the short and long term future of the nation's mental wellbeing.
We work across the full interconnected spectrum of severe mental illness, public mental health, happiness and wellbeing. Our research doesn't sit on dusty bookshelves - it's out there supporting practical solutions and changing minds.
Aye Mind Toolkit
The Aye Mind Toolkit assists youth workers in using digital approaches to approach youth mental health
Babies in Mind
Our early intervention project in Sutton aims to support families through pregnancy and the early years of childhood.
Becoming a Man Project
The Becoming a Man Programme is mental wellbeing intervention that aims to support young men’s personal development taking into account their lived experience and the often difficult environments they must navigate. The Programme is delivered in partnership with Black Thrive and Colourful Minds. Why was this project established?: BAM in Lambeth was established to support the progress made in the areas of mental wellbeing and reducing the numbers of young people not in education, employment, or training (NEET) and to help address a recent increase of serious youth violence. Who does it help?:...
Creating Connections / Creu Cysylltiadau
Delivered self-management courses to over 200 single parents. Cyrsiau hunan-reoli i dros 200 o rieni sengl.
Mums and Babies in Mind
Improving the quality of life and services available for mothers with mental health problems during pregnancy and the first year after birth.
For young people aged between 10 and 18 who are either in care or have been in care.
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.
Young Mums Together
Peer support groups for young parents and their children, designed to enhance young mothers’ life chances and promote maternal mental health and wellbeing.