Talkback: Autumn 201814 September 2018
Three times a year, the Mental Health Foundation produces an update for its supporters, outlining its current research, projects and fundraising activity.
Mental health in the workplace: seminar report20 August 2018
Report of a seminar run between the Mental Health Foundation, the Academy of Government and Healthcare Improvement Scotland on workplace mental health.
Evaluation of Re:Connect and Time and Space Peer Mentoring Projects17 July 2018
The Mental Health Foundation commissioned an evaluation of mental health carers peer mentoring project: RE: Connect in Glasgow and Time and Space in Stirling and Clackmannanshire. This report outlines the main findings drawn from interviews and surveys conducted with mentees, mentors, volunteers...
Stress: are we coping?14 May 2018
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 we are focusing on stress. Our new report digs deep into some statistics surrounding stress and offers recommendations of how we can make the UK a less stressed nation.
Supporting the emotional and mental health needs of people with cancer12 April 2018
A report that looks into the negative mental health impacts of cancer, how effective support can be delivered, what the barriers and unmet mental health support needs are, and that offers recommendations for change.
An evaluation of the Standing Together project19 March 2018
There is evidence to suggest that peer-support groups can help to increase social connectedness among older people, thus improving their quality of life.
Given that 3.6 million older people live alone in the UK (Age UK. 2018), and the associated health risks of these...
Young Mums Together report15 March 2018
The report of our peer support programme to improve the lives of young mothers and their families.
Health inequalities manifesto 201813 March 2018
To achieve a world with good mental health for all, we must tackle huge inequalities. Here are our key priorities for doing this.
Self-care techniques for women impacted by exposure to sexual violence media coverage6 March 2018
If you are a survivor of sexual harassment, violence and abuse, exposure to this in the media may be having a negative impact on your mental health. If you find it does, to help minimise this impact, there are a number of things you can try to put your wellbeing first.