Prevention is the only way lasting change can be achieved17 February 2016,
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.
How to look after your mental health18 January 2016
10 practical ways to look after your mental health.
A missed opportunity on prevention12 January 2016,
Marguerite Regan, the Mental Health Foundation’s Policy Manager, sets out why today’s speech by the Prime Minister highlights that mental health has risen up the policy agenda but represents a missed opportunity to underline the importance of prevention.
Prevention Review: Landscape Paper25 November 2015
Examining prevention activity at different stages of the life course.
10. Care for others
Caring for others is often an important part of keeping up relationships with people close to you.
6. Ask for help
None of us are superhuman. We all sometimes get tired or overwhelmed by how we feel or when things go wrong.
4. Drink sensibly
We often drink alcohol to change our mood. Some people drink to deal with fear or loneliness, but the effect is only temporary.
9. Accept who you are
Some of us make people laugh, some are good at maths, others cook fantastic meals.