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Mind given grant to help new mums and unemployed men look after their mental health
People's Health Trust has awarded Mind with £436,000 to fund nine new projects at local Minds across England and Wales
London Wasps and Mind launch charity partnership
London Wasps and leading mental health charity, Mind, have today launched a new two-year partnership as new research shows the importance of the sporting community being open about mental health.
Mind responds to Government’s new mental health strategy
Today sees the launch of the first cross government mental health strategy, laying out plans for the future of mental health care in England. Mind's Chief Executive, Paul Farmer responds.
World triple jump champion asks Londoners to jump to it and ‘Get Moving’ this weekend
Phillips Idowu is calling for Londoners to join him on Sunday as he does his bit to help stamp out mental health stigma for World Mental Health Day and help launch Time to Get Moving week.
Mind in Croydon on The One Show
Mind in Croydon's boxercise project was featured on the BBC1 show at 7pm, 24 February.
New Horizons heralds a new era for mental health and wellbeing
The government launches a new mental health and wellbeing strategy.
Get Moving and Dance!
Saturday 10 October is World Mental Health Day and Get Moving is holding a free dance festival in Regent's Park.
Ecominds gives £1.25m boost to national eco-projects
Five environmental organisations have been awarded up to £250,000 each to deliver projects as part of the Ecominds grant scheme.
New Horizons an opportunity to build a healthier, happier nation
The Government has launched New Horizons, a major new consultation on mental health.
£13K cheque given to Durham Ecominds project
A local Durham charity was today handed a giant cheque of £13K from grants scheme Ecominds. The award will give trainees from the college, many of whom experience mental distress, the opportunity to enter a conservation themed garden into the 2009 RHS Tat
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.
£1 million given to a 'Load Of Old Rubbish' ... and other eco projects
Over £1 million has been awarded today to nine eco-projects throughout England from new grants scheme Ecominds.
New Year's resolutions could be bad for your mental health
"New year, new you" is a popular phrase, but in the dawn of 2009, Mind is urging people not to feel obliged to make New Year's resolutions as they can be bad for your mental health.
Mind on Countryfile
On 16 November 2008, Countryfile on BBC2 did a segment on Ecotherapy, Mind’s long-running campaign to put green exercise on the mental health agenda.
Olympian Phillips Idowu, Joe McGann and Sophie Anderton join thousands to Get Moving on World Mental Health Day
Friday 10 October - mass participation event boosting wellbeing and breaking down the barriers of mental health stigma in Battersea Park, London