Mental Health UK has been supporting people affected by mental health problems for over 40 years. Working across the UK, we bring together experts from four national mental health charities to improve understanding and provide vital care.
Individually we are mental health experts in our respective nations. Together we are an even stronger team. Our way of collaborating allows more people across the UK to access support for their own mental health as well as friends, family members and carers.
Mental Health UK are:
Rethink Mental Illness
Rethink Mental Illness is a charity that improves the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through local groups and services, expert information and training and successful campaigning.
Support in Mind Scotland
Support in Mind Scotland aims to improve the quality of life of anyone whose mental health problem or mental illness has a serious impact on their life or the lives of others including families, carers and supporters. We deliver services to around 2,000 people a year through 21 projects across Scotland.
MindWise is a leading mental health charity in Northern Ireland. Through their 30 key services, we support the recovery of 9000 people affected by mental health issues every year, including carers, families and children. We campaign for change and fight stigma and discrimination.
Adferiad Recovery is Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers. We provide a broad range of services – from in-patient care to housing, employment, early intervention and carers services. Covering all areas of Wales, Adferiad Recovery is an organisation managed by the people we support; individuals whose lives have been affected by serious mental illness.
The vital funds that Mental Health UK raise from both individuals and corporate partnerships go towards our four partner charities as well as our own projects
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Through our charity partnerships we have achieved some truly amazing things, helping to improve the lives of those living with poor mental health as well as their friends, family and carers. Read more about what some of our partnerships have accomplished.
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