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15 Jul 2021
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11 Jun 2021
We all feel lonely at times – it’s a natural human emotion. We're biologically wired for social contact, and loneliness is our signal that we need more. 
16 Apr 2021

The Public Mental Health Team have developed a series of short videos on COVID-19 vaccination to support and encourage people with Severe Mental Illness (SMI) to get their COVID-19 vaccines, and fo

16 Apr 2021

Need help with depression? Anxiety? Abuse? Panic attacks? Suicidal thoughts? Self-harm? Relationship problems? Bullying?

15 Apr 2021
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your experiences and views are incredibly helpful to us.
8 Apr 2021

Over the coming year we will be inviting you to submit evidence on different themes in two ways: through online surveys and independently through email. Today, we are asking for your experiences and views about receiving a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. The easiest way to participate in the call for evidence is by completing our survey

8 Apr 2021
We know that many people living with more severe mental illness still face stigma and discrimination. That's why we will continue working to challenge negative attitudes around mental health.
 
You can help us shape what this will look like by sharing your views and experiences. If you are severely affected by mental illness, please take our survey and tell us about your experiences of stigma and discrimination.

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