Mind news and press releases
The latest news from the leading mental health charity in England and Wales.
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Better deal for people with experience of mental distress
Jonathan Morgan AM is leading on trying to provide additional rights for people living in Wales who experience mental distress, through a Legislative Competence Order.
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.
Local charity shop wants the shirt off your back
Mind charity shops across England and Wales are calling on men to Get it off their chest this Mind week by donating the shirt off their back to the stores.
Record breaking 200K to be raised for mental health by 160 marathon runners
More runners than ever are running the Flora London Marathon on 26 April for leading mental health charity Mind.
Mind Journalist of the Year 2009 shortlist announced
Today mental health charity Mind announces the shortlist for the Mind Journalist of the Year Award 2009.
Mind Awards 2009: Book of the Year shortlist announced
England’s leading mental health charity Mind announced the shortlist for its annual Book of the Year Award on 6 April 2009.
Mental health services failing young and old
Two reports published today by the Healthcare Commission show significant failings in the care and treatment offered to mental health service users over and under 65 years old.
Investment in mental health essential as recession bites
Mind today welcomes the Government’s commitment to invest £93m in mental health services to prepare for the human cost of the recession.
Ecominds offers pots of Big Lottery Fund cash to local environmental projects
Mental health charity Mind will celebrate the launch of Ecominds, its new multi-million pound grant giving scheme, by holding a garden party in London today
Mind comments on the Government's new strategy for volunteers
The contribution that volunteers make in supporting health and social care services cannot be underestimated.
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.
New survey shows worrying increase in self-harm
Leading mental health charity Mind today comments on the results of a new survey that shows that almost one in three young women have tried to self-harm.
Money does grow on trees for Mind
Mind wins £8.8m to fund eco-projects that will tackle stigma and promote mental wellbeing.
New psychotherapy services cannot arrive fast enough
Three years is too long to make someone wait for help that could transform their life, possibly even save their life.
Mind Cymru responds to Wales Assembly publication of key documents on adult mental health services in Wales
On 10 October 2005 the Wales Assembly Government will mark World Mental Health Day by publishing four key documents.