Our latest press releases
Rethink Mental Illness responds to "Monitoring the Mental Health Act in 2019/20"
26/11/2020Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness welcomes government winter mental health plan and commitment to additional funding
23/11/2020Read more Read more
New polling reveals scale of public support for suspending benefit sanctions during the pandemic
New online research for Rethink Mental Illness shows a majority of 6 in 10 UK adults (59%) support their call for the government to suspend sanctions on claimants of Universal Credit for the next six months.Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness response to new Covid-19 national lockdown
The government announced another national lockdown in efforts to lessen the number of coronavirus cases on Saturday evening. Here's our response.Read more Read more
Charity warns rising demand for support signals a looming mental health crisis, urges people to seek support if they’re struggling
Charity warns rising demand for support signals a looming mental health crisis, urges people to seek support if they’re strugglingRead more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness responds to Time to Change closure
Time to Change has sadly announced that its campaign will be ending on 31 March 2021. Here's our CEO, Mark Winstanley, outlining our response to the news.Read more Read more
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 email@example.com. This email address is also monitored out of hours.
Reporting on mental illness: a guide for journalists, Please see the Time to Change website