We are very proud to announce a new partnership with Pizza Hut Restaurants across the UK.
Pizza Hut Restaurants and their staff will work with us as their new partner, raising funds in their 270 restaurants in England, Scotland, and Wales. We are working with our sister charities Support In Mind Scotland and Hafal (Wales) to raise funds together as a network of national charities, Mental Health UKTM.
In recent years, the marriage between fashion and mental health has been tense. Who can forget the mental patient Halloween costumes that caused so much outrage? But, if clothing can promote negative stereotypes, by that logic, it can also challenge them.
Jo tells us how crochet has helped her manage some of the symptoms of her borderline personality disorder.
I was proud to give evidence to the Work and Pensions Select Committee this morning, representing people with mental health problems by arguing for personalised, evidence based employment support for people who feel ready to work. The Committee, made up of MPs from across political parties, is responsible for scrutinising the work of the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP). They were interested in hearing about the support people living with a range of health conditions might need to return to work so they can make strong recommendations to the DWP about how they can improve the system.
Tamanna talks to Rethink Mental Illness about the positive affects Ramadhan has had on her mental health.
Last Monday, our Advice Service took 94 calls but lack of capacity meant we couldn’t answer 52 of them. Please help us change this by donating to our Global Giving appeal if you can. We’re trying to raise £2,500 in the next three weeks as an initial contribution to start to turn this around, via Global Giving’s Spring Challenge.
As Pride festivals for the LGBT community take place up and down the country, one of our supporters Caitlin has written a blog about how coming out helped her mental health.
For Men's Health Week 2016, British writer, performer and broadcaster Byron Vincent has written a moving blog about his recent struggles with mental illness.
Around 1 in 100 people in the UK are affected by borderline personality disorder. Here, Nessa shares her tips for anyone living with the condition.