Loneliness in young people: research briefing11 February 2021,
Read our research briefing on the current state of loneliness in children and young people.
15 things to do if you're feeling lonely11 February 2021,
Check out our tips and advice to help you cope with feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2021: Express yourself1 February 2021,
Read about children and self-expression for Children's Mental Health Week 2021.
SITUATE programme, one year on20 January 2021, Marwah El-Murad
Students In transition at university: aiming to enhance mental and social health and wellbeing
Our Coronavirus response programme20 January 2021, Lee Knifton
Learn about our new programme which aims to prevent the mental health crisis.
What does Blue Monday mean for our mental health?6 January 2021, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
Find out about the Blue Monday myth and why mental health should be prioritised every day of the year.
Why we need to reboot our thinking on mental health in 202118 December 2020, Mark Rowland
Chief Executive, Mark, reflects on 2020 and what is needed in 2021 for public mental health.
Jingle Jam 2020: help us support gamers’ mental health1 December 2020,
We're involved in Jingle Jam again this year - support gamer's mental health by donating.
Our work on men's mental health31 October 2020, Chris O'Sullivan
We want to share a little bit about the work we do to tackle men's mental health.
National Care Leavers’ Awareness Week 202027 October 2020,
26 October – 1 November is National Care Leavers’ Awareness Week 2020. We want to take this opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges for looked-after children and young people who are leaving care, and to show what we are doing to support care leavers.