Poverty and mental health10 August 2016
Our paper looks at the complex relationship between poverty and mental health to inform the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's anti-poverty strategy.
Mental health and prevention: taking local action for better mental health26 July 2016
Our report sets out ways to tackle the rapidly growing level of mental ill health.
The Amaan Project Resource: Information about mental health and ways to look after your wellbeing5 July 2016
This resource is designed for asylum seeking and refugee women.
Demonstrating the value of the voluntary and community sectors5 July 2016
This paper informs the discussion between system partners and voluntary and community sector organisations about the future development of economic evaluation.
Better mental health for all: A public health approach to mental health improvement24 June 2016
In this report we examine what can be done individually and collectively to enhance the mental health of individuals, families and communities by using a public health approach.
Evidencing the impact of and need for Acting Up20 June 2016
This report explores the impact of participation in Acting Up on the older adults involved and the need for the Acting Up project to be rolled out across the UK.
The interface between dementia and mental health25 May 2016
In this paper we explore the often-neglected relationship between dementia, mental health and mental health problems.
Managing mental health in the workplace19 May 2016
This e-book, produced with employee benefits specialist Unum, looks at how to encourage good mental health in the workplace.
Progression Together report17 May 2016
This report is the culmination of a three-year independent evaluation of the impact of Progression Together, a model of personalised support in a residential setting by the charity Together for Mental Wellbeing.
Guide to investing in your relationships16 May 2016
This guide will outline what each of us can do to create better relationships with ourselves, with the people we are close to, and with those around us.