What our supporters tell us
People severely affected by mental illness deserve: the right support, quality housing, meaningful employment, good physical health, social connections, and judgement-free life.
That’s why Rethink Mental Illness exists. But are our services, helplines, and peer support groups achieving that for people?
We spoke to people we have supported to find out about their experience with us.
Making a difference
Regaining my independence
After experiencing grief, suicide attempts and multiple hospital admissions, Lisa accessed two supported accommodation services with Rethink Mental Illness. She is now planning on living in a flat independently and is finally looking forward to what the future holds.Read Lisa's story Read Lisa's story
How do we know we make a difference?
Whether our work as a charitable organisation makes a difference is a hugely valid and difficult question to answer. In this podcast, Deputy CEO Brian Dow chats with our Head of Evidence and Impact, Richard McManus, to help understand how we measure our work.Listen to the podcast Listen to the podcast