Poor mental health affects more people every year than cancer or heart disease – every year, one in four of us in the UK is affected by a mental health problem.
Living with a mental health condition can affect many aspects of daily life, from your physical health to your home, your work and managing money. By supporting Mental Health UK, you can help us change this.
Mental Health UK launches new mental health guide for all.
Our new mental health guide is now available in 5000 GP surgeries, distributed to 400,000 university students and a further 35,000 people online.
Mental Health UK has launched a new mental health information guide online and in-print to improve the public’s knowledge of specific mental health conditions, to help readers identify symptoms in themselves or others and provide practical next steps for help and support.
In recent years there has been a drive in the UK for more open conversations about mental health with two thirds of people (67%) more comfortable talking about mental health than five years ago which is a fantastic achievement...
This year Mental Health UK launched a two year partnership with Lloyds Banking Group. The Group have already raised enough for us to develop and launch Mental Health & Money Advice - the UK’s first advice service designed to help people understand, manage and improve their financial and mental health.
The service has now launched and will provide helpful information and advice written by experts and professionals, tools, calculators and personal stories designed to help anyone with mental health and money problems.
Find out what welfare benefits you’re entitled to, how to apply or make an appeal; tips and tools to help you manage your money and deal with debt; what mental health treatment you’re entitled to, what costs can be involved and any savings that are available to you.
Lloyds Bank and Mental Health UK have launched a new TV advertising campaign on Channel 4 to encourage more people to feel comfortable speaking about mental health and to inspire those living with a condition to speak up and #GetTheInsideOut.