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Mind fears for those treading the poverty line
New research from Mind has found worrying numbers of people with mental health problems living below the poverty line as they struggle to cope with managing their money.
Mind wins 'doing money differently' award
A Disability Network award has gone to Mind for its information and campaigning on money and debt.
Recession puts mental health of men at risk
Leading mental health charity Mind today (Monday 11 May) publishes a shocking new report presenting evidence that the recession is having an adverse affect on men's mental health.
Queen's Speech: Welfare reforms 'must support people with mental health problems', say four leading organisations
Four leading mental health organisations have today called on the Government to ensure that any welfare reform measures in the Queen's Speech give the best possible support for people with mental health problems.
The human cost of recession
As the Conservative party predicts that we will see a staggering 26 per cent increase in the number of people experiencing mental health problems by 2010 as a direct result of Britain's economic crisis, Mind says that more investment is needed in service
Martin Lewis leads piggy banks on parade to launch Mind's debt campaign
Return of the Great Depression causing great depression
Mind today publishes a shocking new report that shows that debt is a significant factor in worsening our mental health.
The price of Christmas on your mental health
40 per cent increased levels of stress or anxiety and 25 per cent increased levels of depression
In the red and feeling blue: FSA awards Mind £95k to tackle debt worries
The Financial Services Authority has awarded Mind £95,000 towards a campaign in 2008 which will explore the link between debt and mental health.
How to Mind your money
1 in 4 people who experience mental distress have debt problems compared to 1 in 11 of the general population.