In the weeks and months that followed the murder of George Floyd, Rethink Mental Illness has had honest – and at times painful - conversations with employees, people severely affected by mental illness, and partners across the health and social care sector. In 2021, we made a firm commitment to become a truly anti-racist organisation.
What does this mean to us? It means putting equity (or fairness) at the heart of everything we do. It means campaigning for better mental health support for people from Black, Asian, or minority ethnic communities, working with them to co-design the services they need, and challenging the inequalities that underpin poor mental health. It also means creating a truly inclusive and anti-racist workplace.
We will seek out and listen to the experiences of those affected by racism and ensure they have a platform. We will lend our support and our voice to the work of organisations tackling racial inequality, and we will continue with our efforts to ensure a truly anti-racist workplace.
I am interested in
World Mental Health Day
We'll send you how you can take part in it, and what we have planned for it (Text TBD)
Help us create change
Become a campaigner
Do you want to create change alongside tens of thousands of campaigners too? If so, become a campaigner today and help us challenge attitudes and change lives for people affected by mental illness.
Find out more Become a campaigner
Join our lived experience network
We want to build on our record of ensuring the voice of people living with mental illness, and their carers, is at the heart of our work. If you live with a mental illness or care for someone who does, we’re asking you to sign up to share your experiences.
Find out more Join our lived experience network