MindFull is a national charity helping young people to improve and sustain positive mental health, emotional resilience and wellbeing.
We provide 11-17 year olds with tailored online support to improve their wellbeing and mental health.
Young people can access professional counselling support, expert information, advice and resources provided by mental health professionals, self help tools and peer mentoring support, in real-time, via www.mindfull.org.
We train MindFull Mentors, developing their emotional resilience, while also equipping them with tools and advice they can share with young people to improve their wellbeing.
We campaign to raise the importance of wellbeing and mental health amongst young people, parents, government and professionals.
Centre for Mental Health is a charity which aims to help to create a society in which people with mental health problems enjoy equal chances in life to those without.
We believe that people with mental health problems should not experience unfair barriers to a fulfilling life.
We carry out research, policy work and analysis to improve practice and influence policy in mental health as well as public services.
We aim to find practical and effective ways of overcoming those barriers so that people with mental health problems can make their own lives better with good quality support from the services they need to achieve their aspirations.
You may well be aware of the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle, but fitting in healthier eating and more physical activity can often feel like an uphill struggle. Yet with Change4Life it needn’t!
For the last three years, we’ve been committed to providing regular hints and tips on how to make simple, straightforward life-changing swaps, which all add up to a positive, health enhancing transformation.
We’re already helping over 500,000 families across the UK, and with your support we could help even more.
We have an extensive range of useful information and materials that you can use to communicate the benefits of healthy eating and activities for all ages and levels of ability.
Completely free and always impartial, the Money Advice Service was set up by government to help everyone manage their money. Its advice is available online, on the phone, or in person, through a UK-wide network of expert Money Advisers.
Its website has over 500 easy-to-use guides, action plans, comparison tables, and calculators to make managing your money easier.
If you’d rather have a chat, its Money Advisers are standing by to answer any question you might have about any of life’s money matters on 0300 500 5000.
The organisation is completely independent, so you can trust what it says – it doesn’t sell or recommend any products or companies, but offers free advice to help you make informed choice that are right for you.
For advice and tips on a range of money topics and to access our tools and planners visit our website:
The NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network (MHN)
The NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network (MHN) is the voice for mental health and learning disability service providers to the NHS in England. It was established as part of the NHS Confederation in 2007.
The MHN represents providers from across the statutory, private and third sectors and works with Government, NHS bodies, parliamentarians, opinion formers and the media to promote the views and interests of its members and to influence policy on their behalf.
Joining the MHN provides members with access to regular policy briefings, reports and news bulletins, full access to the MHN website where members can download information and documents on current hot topics in mental health and book onto ‘member-only’events.
Reading Well Books on Prescription is the new national scheme for England delivered by The Reading Agency in partnership with the Society of Chief Librarians, local library services and health partners.
The scheme provides self-help reading for adults based on cognitive behavioural therapy for a range of common mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, phobias and some eating disorders.
Reading Well Books on Prescription is supported by the Department of Health (IAPT), Royal College of General Practitioners, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Royal College of Nursing, British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, National Association for Primary Care, The British Psychological Society and Mind.
The other strand of the Reading Well programme is Reading Well Mood-boosting Books – a national promotion of uplifting novels, non-fiction and poetry, selected by readers and reading groups around the country.
Founded in 2011 by Ruby Wax and Nina Storms, Black Dog Tribe is a social community to meet people like you, whether you’re stressed, suffering from a mental illness such as depression, or you know someone who is suffering from mental illness, or you’re a care-giver, share your experiences via forums and blogs and work with us to help stop the stigma.
www.blackdogtribe.com is the place to read the latest news and to talk to like-minded people in a safe environment. Use your voice today and please get involved, read the posts and then share your journey. We believe that in helping others, you can help yourself.
Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity. We believe that peer interventions can change the state of student mental health.
We deliver research – driven training and support to equip students to bring about positive change on their campuses through campaigning and facilitating peer support programs.
Our vision is for students to be at the centre of all interventions to improve student mental health.
We want students to take action to foster an environment where everyone has the confidence to talk and listen to each other, the skills to support one another and the knowledge to look after their own mental health.