Mental health statistics: poverty
A growing body of evidence, mainly from high-income countries, has shown that there is a strong socioeconomic gradient in mental health, with people of lower socioeconomic status having a higher likelihood of developing and experiencing mental health problems. 1 Children and adults living in households in the lowest 20% income bracket in Great Britain are two to three times more likely to develop mental health problems than those in the highest. 2 In 2004, evidence from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Survey found that the prevalence of severe mental health problems was around three...
Mental health statistics: relationships and community
How can relationships and social support mental health? Discover the statistics around this with our numbers guide.
Ten top tips for good sleep16 March 2018, Dr Amy Pollard
Good sleep is critical to thriving with good mental health. Read our top 10 tips for getting a good night's shut-eye.
Young Mums Together report15 March 2018
The report of our peer support programme to improve the lives of young mothers and their families.
Policy recommendations to help the UK rest easy16 March 2018, Millie Macdonald
What policy changes can help us sleep better? Millie Macdonald investigates.
Youth Work Changes Lives16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
This year, in partnership with NHS Health Scotland, we sponsored Scotland’s first ‘Mental Health and wellbeing’ award at YouthLink Scotland’s National Youth Work Awards 2018 to recognise the power of youth work when it comes to helping young people to stay mentally well.
Excellence in Youth Work: YouthBorders Sexual Health and Wellbeing Project16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
We spoke to Julie Middlemiss Brown at YouthBorders Sexual Health and Wellbeing Project.
Excellence in Youth Work: See Me Youth Champions16 March 2018, Guest Blogger
We spoke to See Me about their Youth Champions.