Following a report by the Care Quality Commission into the progress being made on learning from deaths in care, Mark Winstanley CEO of Rethink Mental Illness said...
Seven national charities including Rethink Mental Illness come together to launch theme for Carers Week 2019, the UK’s drive to raise awareness of caring
The NHS have today announced today that it will respond to emergency mental health needs within one hour under new national standards. For people accessing emergency mental health services in the community, it will be 24 hours.
The largest mental health survey ever conducted on UK university students, comprising of 37,654 respondents, found that almost 1 in 10 think about self-harming often or all the time.
Today the CQC released a report that looked into the standard of the delivery of Mental Health Care in England. It is a vital barometer against which we can check how well the nation is doing.
In response to the announcement of the upcoming NHS Long Term Funding Plan, Mark Winstanley, Chief Executive of Rethink Mental Illness said...
"On behalf of the Mental Health Policy Group, we support the ambition to achieve a world class mental health service, which has rightly been given the attention it deserves in the NHS Long Term Plan."
Therapy dogs can help prisoners to restore their mental health and reduce the risk of serious self-harm, according to a report published today.
The charity’s focus for next year, as chosen by Lloyds Banking Group colleagues, will be to look at the main issues affecting young people, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to protect their mental health.