Read out latest updates and press releases on topical issues from across the sector. If you'd like to find out more about a particular news item, or find a relevant spokesperson, please get in touch with our media team.
Section 117: After-care & Personal Health Budgets
From 2nd December 2019 you can get a personal health budget if you are entitled to section 117 after-care.Read more Read more
Meet our 2019 Award Winners
Our annual Pringle and Janey awards recognise people and groups who have made a real difference to people severely affected by mental illness during the previous year and is just one of the highlights of our yearly member's event.Find out who won Find out who won
Interview: Sue Wheatcroft
We caught up with Sue Wheatcroft - the winner of our Janey Antoniou award - to ask her more about her vital campaigning work which has made a huge difference on both a local and national level.Learn more about Sue's work Learn more about Sue's work
Rethink Mental Illness responds to new Mental Health Act figures
Alex Kennedy, Head of Campaigns and Public Affairs at Rethink Mental Illness responds to new statistics on the Mental Health Act published by the NHS.Read our response Read our response
Rethink Mental Illness responds to commitment to reform Mental Health Act in Queen's Speech
Alex Kennedy, Head of Campaigns and Public Affairs at Rethink Mental Illness responds to the government's reaffirmed its commitment to reform the Mental Health Act in the Queen's Speech.Read our response Read our response
Our response to the NHSE Publication of The Community Mental Health Framework for Adults and Older Adults
The Community Mental Health Framework for Adults and Older Adults, sets out a transformative vision for how the wider community should play a vital role in care and support for people severely affected by mental illness.Read our response Read our response
How to contact the media team
If you are a UK journalist with a media enquiry please contact us using the details below.
Please note that, unfortunately, we are unable to assist with student requests.
24 hour media line
Tel: 0207 840 3138
This number is forwarded to an on-call press officer
outside of office hours, including bank holidays and weekends.
You can also contact Patrick O’Brien, Senior Media Officer, via firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address is also monitored out of hours.
Reporting on mental illness: a guide for journalists, Please see the Time to Change website