Our media team work with print, broadcast and online journalists across England. We can provide comment on a range of issues relating to severe mental illness and also have a bank of case studies. Our specialist areas are schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe depression and personality disorder. We do not cover eating disorders.
Rethink Mental Illness CEO Mark Winstanley has responded to a BBC news story which suggests that the Government is considering reducing Employment and Support Allowance by nearly £30 per week
Mark Winstanley has been appointed as the new CEO of the national charity Rethink Mental Illness.
The charity Rethink Mental Illness has won a prestigious social media award for its Finding Mike campaign.
Mark Winstanley, CEO of Rethink Mental Illness, has responded to the release of NHS ENgland's 'Five Year Forward Plan’
The charity Rethink Mental Illness has responded to a new report released today by the Care Quality Commission, which says many people experiencing a mental health crisis are missing out on crucial care.
Time to Change Campaign wins funding for another year
First of its kind international survey highlights the impact on those caring for people with schizophrenia on World Mental Health Day 2014
Clegg announcement on introduction of maximum waiting times for mental health is a ‘watershed moment’ says charity
People living with schizophrenia in Britain today have a lower average life expectancy than the general population of 1930s Britain, according to a new report by the charity Rethink Mental Illness.
People living with schizophrenia in Birmingham and the rest of the country have a lower average life expectancy today than the general population of 1930s Britain, according to a new report by the charity Rethink Mental Illness.