Good support and secure finances top UK Christmas list for positive mental health

BEING able to pay rent and bills and having a good support network is much more important for people with mental health challenges at...
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Busker raises £1000 to pay for Christmas dinner for mental health charity

A Bognor Regis busker has brought festive cheer to a mental health charity after raising £1,000. Robin Cooper, 41, singlehandedly raised the funds for United Response over...
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VIDEO: Two in three 999 staff say their employer encourages them to talk about mental health

Research from Mind reveals that emergency services staff and volunteers are over twice as likely to say that their service encouraged them to talk...

New analysis highlights ‘deeply flawed assumptions’ behind Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill

New analysis of the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill identifies problematic assumptions that could lead to badly implemented law. The analysis of the government's impact assessment...

New support service to help young adopted people combat isolation

Adoption UK Cymru has launched a new service for adopted children and young people to share experiences of adoption and reduce isolation they may...
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The Duke of Cambridge launches the new #MentalHealthAtWork gateway, with Mind charity

The Duke of Cambridge has launched ‘Mental Health at Work’, a new initiative from Heads Together and Mind aiming to change the way that...

STV broadcasts hard-hitting documentary about adverse childhood experiences

A hard-hitting documentary examining the impact of stressful or traumatic experiences on children in Scotland will be broadcast on STV on Tuesday 25th September at 19.30. The revealing and thought-provoking...

#UKCharityWeek founder talks Mental Health on World Mental Health Day

The founder of the national charity campaign, #UKCharityWeek, recalls his own experiences of PTSD to speak out in support of those who are currently...

Disability hate crime charges fall despite sharp rise in reports

Fewer people are being charged or prosecuted for disability hate crimes across England and Wales despite continued rises in reports, disturbing new police figures...

VIDEO: Actors team up to beat cancer at its own game

A star-studded line up of actors including Martin Freeman, Celia Imrie, Tom Felton, Noel Clarke, Neil Morrissey, Nina Sosanya and Adrian Scarborough have joined...

VIDEO: Local hospice sheds light on ‘What It Takes’ to provide vital care

Birmingham St Mary's Hospice shows the public what it takes to provide end of life care as Hospice Care Week gets underway. Eight doctors, 32...

Collaboration aims to boost employment opportunities for young people

Following a successful pilot programme that saw North Lindsey College account for 9% of YHA (England & Wales) total youth volunteering programme in 2018/19,...
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