03 2021

  • Budget: What does it mean for people living with mental illness?

    We've gone through the government's Spring Budget for 2021 and analysed the impact it will have on people severely affected by mental illness, so you don't have to.

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  • Work, bipolar and me - Alice's story

    I love my job, but I’ve found that Bipolar Affective Disorder is complex to talk about when it comes to the workplace and employment; even the description of your condition is complicated.

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  • Hugely welcomed, but the NHS is still to do all the heavy lifting.

    Last weekend the government published its COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan. This document sets out the steps needed to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic. This blog from our policy team takes an in-depth look at the plan and what this means for the NHS and for people using mental health services.

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  • A ground breaking campaign that changed the mental health landscape

    We're saying goodbye to Time to Change – the 15-year long anti-stigma campaign on mental health, which has transformed the way we think about mental health in England. Brian Dow, Deputy CEO of Rethink Mental Illness reflects on the amazing success of the campaign and how it started the nation talking.

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