Cheers? Understanding The Relationship Between Alcohol And Mental Health1 March 2006
This report examines the evidence for links between alcohol and mental health problems. Research outlined in the report shows that many people in the UK drink alcohol to cope with emotions or situations that they would otherwise find difficult to manage.
Changing Diets, Changing Minds1 January 2006
This is a report from Sustain: the alliance for better farming and food, which accompanies the Foundation's Feeding Minds report.
Feeding Minds Executive Summary1 January 2006
The executive summary of the Feeding Minds report which lays out the evidence linking trends in food consumption with mental ill-health, and supports the case for an integrated approach to the treatment of mental health problems, identifying nutrition as a key component.
A Bright Future For All1 November 2005
A training pack for teachers wishing to develop activities on mental health promotion across their school. The pack can be used flexibly and at a pace that suits the school. It seeks to affirm work already underway, while providing guidance on what more can be done. The pack features a variety...
Mental Capacity Act Summary Briefing2 October 2005
A two page summary briefing setting the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in context, explaining the key implications and assessing some of its shortcomings. Essential reading for anyone involved in the provision of care for people with impaired decision-making abilities.
Annual Review 20052 October 2005
An overview of the Mental Health Foundation and the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities projects and achievements for 2004/05
Mental Capacity Act Briefing2 October 2005
An executive Briefing setting the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in context, explaining the key implications and assessing some of its shortcomings. Essential reading for anyone involved in the provision of care for people with impaired decision-making abilities.
Up And Running! Leaflet1 July 2005
This booklet is aimed at anyone interested in how physical exercise can help people recover from depression. It explains how people experiencing depression can seek exercise on prescription via their GP.
Choosing Mental Health1 May 2005
This report provides an overview of Choosing Health, the Government's public health White Paper, from a public mental health perspective.
Exercise And Depression1 May 2005
This provides information for GPs and healthcare professionals regarding exercise referral and the treatment of mild or moderate depression.