Time to Change is inviting London supporters to celebrate their role in the movement to end mental health discrimination.
Mental health issues appear in the media almost daily, but have you ever wondered about the hard facts behind headlines such as ‘Exercise can prevent dementia’ or ‘Dirt makes up happy’?
We received fantastic support from the great young minds of tomorrow at the weekend as we took part in a special open day at the University of West London in Brentford.
Check out the new Time to Change TV advert that encourages people not to be afraid of talking about mental health problems, especially when colleagues are returning to work after a period away.
This past week has been a flurry of activity as we recruit more and more members to support our Open Minds campaign to challenge mental health stigma.
We’re very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Michael Phelan as Clinical Director for the Local Services clinical service unit.
All this week we’re working with our staff to show how we can all take small steps to reduce our impact, save money and reduce CO2 emissions.
Veterans with mental health problems will get targeted support from today with the launch of the new Combat Stress Support Helpline, being delivered by Rethink Mental Illness and funded by the Government.
We’ve signed up to the Choice and Medication website, which gives you detailed but easy to digest information about all kinds of medications that are encountered in mental health.
Together with pop/rock band, Storey, we are holding a competition for senior school students in years 10 and above.