Programmes in Wales

Our programmes run all over Wales and strive for the Mental Health Foundation’s mission of good mental health for all – not just for some.

What is different about us?

We create innovative wellbeing projects with others as ‘Learning Partners’. With them, we try to figure out ways to prevent mental ill health with a particular focus on addressing inequalities.

We are a ‘critical friend’, as we listen to organisations to support their learning around wellbeing and highlight the impact they have on staff or a community. We never re-invent the wheel.

Learn more about our Learning Partner approach

If you want more information about anything that we do or have questions, please contact Dr Jenny Burns.

Our programmes areas

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Families, children and young people

Explore the programmes we work on to support the mental health of children, young people and parents.

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Adults

Learn more about our programmes that helps adults understand and improve their mental health.

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Later life

Learn more about the work we do to promote good mental health for older people.

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Refugees

Explore our programmes about refugees and helping their mental health.

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Long Covid Peer Support

Our Long Covid programme applies self-management techniques to long-term conditions, such as COVID-19.

Can't find the programme you're looking for?

Explore our list of programmes that are no longer running.
View our past programmes

Research and Evaluation

With a Learning Partner approach, we work with partners to find out the impact they are having on mental health. Often our partners don’t have a mental health focus but would like to understand the impact they are having. Examples are the police force or youth services. 

Find out more

Meet the team

Meet the team in Wales who bring together some of the leading experts in the mental health field.

Dr Jenny Burns