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3 Aug 2020
2020 will always be remembered as the year our lives changed dramatically due to the coronavirus pandemic. Centre for Mental Health want to find out how this is affecting people’s emotional and mental health. ‘A Year in Our Lives’ will gather and share the first-hand experiences of people living through the pandemic.
6 Jul 2020

Get psychological first aid (PFA) training and help people with different needs to cope with the emotional impact of COVID-19.

30 Jun 2020
Survey to get initial feedback about new BAME and mental health factsheet
23 Jun 2020

Feeling triggered, emotionally exhausted, angry, scared or powerless? Inside Out have 10 tips to help you manage your well-being.

17 Jun 2020

Updates on Self Injury Support and POhWER's Independent Health Advocacy Service.

15 Jun 2020

Find out more about Our Frontline for key workers, The Help Hub free therapy sessions, a new online peer support group launched by Mental Health UK, Rethink Mental Illness's new suicide prevention helpline, free Talking for Wellbeing training, London Friend's new LGBT online support group, Beat's new online group for those with eating disorders, Kooth support for young people age 11-25, and Work It Out support for young women looking for work.

4 Jun 2020

The information and stories you share through this survey will help shape our understanding of the challenges you face, and how you are coping, and will inform and influence the first phase of the Synergi Stories: Covid-19 eJournal, a new online platform for ethnic minority people with lived experience, service users and carers to creatively share their stories and inform our work and, ultimately, policy.

4 Jun 2020
The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) is urgently developing a strategic response to the COVID-19 pandemic in accordance with its global mission to reduce suicide and self-harm. Please contribute to this endeavour by completing, as much of the short questionnaire below, as possible.
4 Jun 2020
Miles for Mental Health is Rethink Mental Illness' very first virtual running challenge and we would love you to join and be a part of our mission, improving the lives of people affected by mental illness. At a time where government guidelines means we have to keep our distance socially, we want to our supporters to remain close to our cause by keeping active and working towards the goal of completing a marathon distance over the course of one month, be that in your garden, round your front room, or out during daily exercise.