Our statement regarding the Budget3 March 2021,
Statement from the Foundation on today's Budget announcement.
Mental Health Foundation warns of “profound effect” of unemployment on public mental health23 February 2021,
- 70% of UK adults feel unemployment or job loss has a negative effect on mental health - 45% of UK adults associated unemployment or job loss with ‘loss’ and 25% with ‘trauma’ - More than 1 in 4 adults who had experienced job loss or unemployment felt unsupported at the time A new report 1...
Y Sefydliad Iechyd Meddwl yn galw am strategaeth atal newydd gan y Llywodraeth nesaf15 February 2021,
Heddiw, cyhoeddodd y Sefydliad Iechyd Meddwl ei faniffesto, Gwneud i Atal Ddigwydd , cyn Etholiad Senedd Cymru ar 6 Mai.
Mental Health Foundation calls for new prevention strategy from next Government15 February 2021,
The Mental Health Foundation has published its manifesto, Making Prevention Happen , ahead of the Welsh Parliament Elections.
Teenagers' mental health under severe pressure as pandemic continues - new research31 January 2021,
Read about our latest research on teenagers' mental health during the pandemic.
Mae’r Sefydliad Iechyd Meddwl a Chroes Goch Prydain yn rhyddhau adroddiad newydd: ‘Prosiect Perthyn’25 January 2021,
Mae’r Sefydliad Iechyd Meddwl a Chroes Goch Prydain yn rhyddhau adroddiad newydd, ‘Prosiect Perthyn’ heddiw.
The Mental Health Foundation and British Red Cross release a new report: The Perthyn Project25 January 2021,
The Mental Health Foundation and British Red Cross release a new report, ‘The Perthyn Project’.
The Mental Health Foundation shares messages of solidarity and commitment to all health, care and education workers21 January 2021,
The Mental Health Foundation shares messages of solidarity and commitment to all health, care and education workers
The Mental Health Foundation's statement on the Reforming the Mental Health Act White Paper15 January 2021,
Read the Mental Health Foundation's statement on the Reforming the Mental Health Act White Paper.
Nine-Month Study Reveals Pandemic’s Worsening Emotional Impacts on Scottish Adults17 December 2020,
Key indicators of distress among Scottish adults – including loneliness, suicidality and not coping well with stress – are worse now than at the start of the pandemic, according to new research by the Mental Health Foundation and its university partners. The study has questioned Scottish adults at...