Meithrin gwytnwch yn y sector pysgota yng Nghymru12 November 2020
Wrth i’r Deyrnas Unedig (DU) baratoi i adael yr Undeb Ewropeaidd (UE), mae ansicrwydd sylweddol yn dal i fodoli ar gyfer y diwydiant pysgota, pysgotwyr, a chymunedau arfordirol yng Nghymru.
Gall cyfnodau o ansicrwydd sylweddol gael effaith andwyol ar iechyd a lles. Yn ystod...
Head in for success12 November 2020
The aim of this booklet is to highlight potential challenges dedicated athletes face and offer guidance and suggestions on how to deal with these stresses. Included in this booklet are tips on how to cope with injuries, how to manage uncertainties and disappointment, and...
The future of public mental health in England: an open letter to the Secretary of State17 November 2020
Take a look at our open letter to the Secretary of State, Matt Hancock and our joint statement from mental health charities and social enterprises on the future of public mental health.
Open Letter to Government calling for a “historic” commitment to mental health in England’s new public health strategy18 November 2020,
Eighteen leading Mental Health Charities and Social Enterprises write to Secretary of State for Health.
Mental Health Foundation announces nature and the environment as theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 202120 November 2020,
The Mental Health Foundation has announced the dates and theme of next year’s Mental Health Awareness Week. The Week will run from Monday 10th May until Sunday 16th May 2021. The theme for the week will be “Nature and the Environment”. The theme was chosen in part because of evidence from the...
Many British Teenagers Feeling Anxious, Alone and Fearful in the Pandemic: new mental health research23 November 2020,
The vast majority of British teenagers fear the pandemic will make the future worse for people their age, according to research by the Mental Health Foundation and Swansea University.
“Mental health” spending must reach far beyond the NHS: Mental Health Foundation responds to Spending Review26 November 2020,
Responding to the Spending Review, the Mental Health Foundation said public spending must help to protect people from becoming so distressed they need mental health services – and that the government has some way to go on this. “In the run-up to the Spending Review, the government publicised...