Hundreds of thousands of adults in Northern Ireland affected by loneliness9 May 2022,
Hundreds of thousands of adults in Northern Ireland are affected by loneliness that negatively impacts their mental health, but many are unable to talk about it.
Hundreds of thousands of adults in Scotland experience loneliness that negatively affects their mental health9 May 2022,
Hundreds of thousands of adults in Scotland experience loneliness that negatively impacts our mental health, but many are unable to talk about it
Loneliness affects mental health of millions, yet many feel ashamed to talk about it4 May 2022,
One in four UK adults (25 per cent) say they have felt lonely some or all of the time over the last month, according to a survey of 6,000 UK adults commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation.
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival audiences to ‘Gather’ for first time since 201911 April 2022,
The programme published today features both live and online events inviting people to explore what it means to gather. The line-up includes eight new artist commissions, two touring theatre shows, and the return of SMHAF’s International Film Awards and Writing Awards.
70 per cent of adults in Northern Ireland have experienced a mental health problem in last twelve months8 April 2022,
The Mental Health Foundation is calling on all candidates for the Northern Ireland Assembly to commit to preventing poor mental health as a new poll reveals 70 per cent of adults in Northern Ireland say they have experienced at least one mental health problem in the last twelve months.
Mental Health Foundation joins Good For Me Good for FE25 March 2022,
The Mental Health Foundation today joins the Further Education community action campaign Good for ME for FE, which encourages FE students across the country to do voluntary work in their area.
Charities launch new project to boost maternal mental health services and protect mothers and their babies3 March 2022,
New mothers from seldom-heard communities, including young mothers and those from culturally diverse backgrounds, are the focus of a project announced today on International Women’s Day. The project - Amplifying Maternal Voices – aims to improve mothers’ and families’ access to support for their...
New resource published with support of the Mental Health Foundation2 March 2022,
Wolves Foundation has teamed up with the Mental Health Foundation to produce and publish a booklet as a valuable resource to promote good mental health and wellbeing. The 36-page booklet , entitled ‘It’s Okay To Talk’, has been put together by members of the Foundation’s Health Team with the Mental...
Mental health problems cost the Scottish economy at least GBP 8.8 billion a year. New research2 March 2022,
Mental Health Foundation calls for Scottish Government commitment to cost-effective prevention of poor mental health Cost to UK economy is at least £117.9 billion, around 5 per cent of GDP Mental health problems cost the Scottish economy at least £8.8 billion annually according to a new report...
Mental health problems cost the Northern Ireland economy at least GBP 3.4 billion a year - new research2 March 2022,
Mental Health Foundation calls for the Northern Ireland Executive to invest in cost-effective prevention of poor mental health Cost to UK economy is at least £117.9billion Mental health problems cost the Northern Irish economy at least £3.4 billion annually according to a new report published today...