Mental Health Foundation welcomes launch of Thrive LDN4 July 2017,
Today the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan launches Thrive LDN, a city-wide movement to improve the mental health of all Londoners.
Five Year Forward View for Mental Health: what progress has been made?21 February 2017, Jenny Edwards, CBE
A year after the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health was published by the Mental Health Taskforce, Jenny Edwards assesses the progress on the valuable recommendations in the report.
Preventing mental ill health: time to take action26 July 2016, Isabella Goldie
If we are to rise to the challenge of reducing the prevalence of mental health problems, we need to be stepping in at particular pressure points, says Isabella Goldie.
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.
Taking Local Action for Better Mental Health26 July 2016,
Today, the Mental Health Foundation publishes Mental health and prevention: taking local action for better mental health. The report was commissioned by Public Health England and sets out evidence of the ways to tackle one of the great challenges of our time; the rapidly growing level of mental ill...
Prevention must be front and centre of the mental health transformation agenda19 July 2016, Jenny Edwards, CBE
Jenny Edwards is disappointed about the lack of focus on prevention in the mental health transformation agenda.
Mental health: a national asset for Scotland14 April 2016, Chris O'Sullivan
Chris O'Sullivan looks ahead to the Scottish Parliament elections, detailing five policy commitments that we would like to see from the next Scottish government.
Mental Health Foundation supports the call for a Mental Health Champion for Northern Ireland “prevention should be their top priority”24 February 2016,
Today, Northern Ireland hosts its first mental health summit organised by Action for Mental Health . It will reinforce calls for a Mental Health Champion to “defend the rights and interests of people living with mental illness”. Dr Iris Elliott, Head of Policy and Research at the Mental Health...
Prevention is the only way lasting change can be achieved17 February 2016, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliott breaks down the Mental Health Taskforce's report, The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health, focusing on prevention - the public's number one priority.
With a strong focus on prevention, the Mental Health Foundation commends “pivotal” Mental Health Taskforce Report15 February 2016,
The Mental Health Foundation has been calling for a greater focus on prevention and we are delighted that this is clearly reflected in the Mental Health Taskforce report.