Not everyone has the time or the inclination to join committees these days, or feel this is how they want to be involved in a charity. But Rethink Mental Illness is a welcoming community, and there are many ways to get involved, or show your support, and this is encapsulated in their new social movement - 'we think'.
As the Olympics is well under way, it should be no surprise that some athletes will struggle with their mental health. Running coach and athlete, Alister Brown, talks openly about the world of sports and mental illness.
Losing a friend due to mental illness inspired Miles to support us and complete the Ride London 100. There are many creative ways you can get involved and support us and we love it when our supporters find something that helps them too. Miles documents his journey below.
The nominations for the 2016 Janey Antoniou Award are now open – read on to find out how to nominate someone extraordinary who you think deserves to win £1000.
For many years, living with a mental illness could often be a barrier to many of the things most people take for granted but as awareness grows, many companies are starting to embrace diversity and make adjustments to include as many people as possible. In this special blog, Samantha from Nine World Geekfest tells us the adjustments they make so their events are more inclusive.
Musician, Lucy Spraggan, talks to us about her struggles with depression and how came to terms with fame.
Does your pet have a positive impact on your mental health? Send us a picture of them with 50 words about how they help your wellbeing and they could feature in our 2017 calendar.
Alister Brown, is an athlete and coach who has been using sport to combat his own struggles with depression. Alister tells us this week, why he feels surrounding yourself with the right people can have such a positive influence on your mental health.
Author, Will Green (35) is a former alcoholic and mental health sufferer who is passionate about raising awareness of mental illness. He talks to us about how he uses writing as a form of therapy.
Sarah is a mental health blogger, who is a member of the Jewish community and has bipolar disorder. Sarah talks to us about her inspiring journey and how the Jewish community supported her through hard-times.