Reproducing our information
Our information resources on mental health issues are available to download and print for free.
You can now print all of our information webpages at the click of a button or download (and print) a PDF file of the corresponding print booklet.
If you would like to make use of our online resources beyond reading them on the site, please read the answers to these frequently asked questions.
Can I print booklets from Mind's website?
You can print as many copies as you like of the text of our information webpages or the pdf version of our booklets.
If you want multiple copies of our booklets, for example to give to clients, we suggest that you buy these from Mind Publications where there are discounts available for bulk purchase.
You may not resell copies of Mind's information products.
Can I photocopy Mind's booklets?
You may photocopy Mind's booklets if you wish but we would suggest that you buy extra copies from Mind Publications.
Can I display cover images from Mind's publications on web pages, or in any other publishable format?
We are generally happy for organisations to display cover images, but any organisation wishing to do this should seek permission from firstname.lastname@example.org before uploading or printing the images.
Where cover images are displayed we would expect a referral to Mind's Publications service or a link to our website.
Can we link to publications on Mind's website from our website?
You are welcome to link to any page on Mind's website. If you have any questions about this please contact email@example.com.
Can I reproduce Mind's information on my website?
Please do not reproduce the content of Mind's information on your website.
If you do quote one or two paragraphs, please state the source and the date on which you copied the text. It is your responsibility to ensure that this text is up to date. Please also include a link to the page on the Mind website on which the information appears.
Can I use text from Mind's publications in my own publication?
Anyone wishing to use text from any of Mind's publications should contact firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss terms. A fee is usually charged for reuse of text from Mind's publications in these circumstances.
Can I use text from Mind's publications in my work as a student?
You are welcome to use any of Mind's information in your essay or project, taking account of your own responsibilities to cite sources and give references.
Unfortunately Mind does not have the resources to assist students directly with essays or research projects.
Can I translate Mind's information into other languages?
Any requests for permission to translate booklets should be referred to email@example.com