Our media team work with print, broadcast and online journalists across the UK. We can provide comment on a range of issues relating to mental illness and also have a bank of case studies.
New research released by the mental health anti-stigma campaign, Time to Change, reveals that when asked, nearly nine in ten 16-24-year-olds would tell friends and family they are ‘fine’, even if struggling with a mental health problem.
Brian Dow, deputy CEO at Rethink Mental Illness, responds.
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), supported by Rethink Mental Illness, has published a report which – for the first time – highlights how much true parity of esteem for mental health would cost the NHS.
Adults with severe mental illnesses are struggling to get support, as ‘core’ mental health services have been left behind by the government’s mental health strategy, according to a report published by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Mental Health today.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has issued its State of Care report, their annual assessment of health and social care in England.
A minister for suicide prevention has been appointed in England by the prime minister as the government hosts the global mental health summit, to coincide with World Mental Health Day.
Ask twice, people urged, as new research shows three quarters of Brits would say they are ‘fine’ even if struggling with a mental health problem
Rethink Mental Illness' bid to raise awareness of psychosis among young people as they start university, often a time of stress and change which can trigger mental health problems.
“While any fall in the number of suicides offers hope, the numbers are still worryingly high overall, and behind each number is a real person."
This will give the tens of thousands of people who live in supported housing much needed reassurance that their homes are safe from cuts and closure.