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.
Children’s author Alice Hoyle is launching her debut book Pretend Friends at Foyles Bookshop in Bristol next month (11th February).
The national charity Rethink Mental Illness is launching a five-a-side football group for people with mental health problems in Burnley next month.
Rethink Mental Illness response to Monitor statement on NHS funding
A man who became the unwitting star of a viral video after being filmed singing on the London Underground, has opened up for the first time about how he was facing serious mental health problems.
Rethink Mental Illness' response to new research by the Methodist Church has revealed that more than 100 people with mental health problems are having their benefits sanctioned each day.
The national charity Rethink Mental Illness is running a free course for carers of people with mental illness in Letchworth starting next week (29th January).
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has today called on all NHS trusts to commit to a new ambition for ‘zero suicides’, to dramatically reduce suicides in the health service.
Our response to new plans announced today by the Home Secretary Theresa May, to change the Mental Health Act to stop children and young people with mental illness being detained in police cells.
The charity Rethink Mental Illness has welcomed the launch by the Government of four new projects, aimed at helping people with mental health problems get into work.
In response to new research published today by Oxford University, which reveals that many women who die during or after pregnancy have mental health problems, Mark Winstanley CEO of Rethink Mental Illness said: