Our equality improvement work
Not everyone has the access to mental health support and services that's right for them. We are working hard to make sure this is not the case. Throughout our history, we have supported people facing multiple forms of discrimination, such as discrimination because of their mental health problems as well as their ethnicity, race, religion, sexuality or disability. Find out more here about our current and past projects.
Many of you have told us you regularly face prejudice and discrimination, whether it’s by your employer, a service provider or anyone in society. Our Policy and Campaigns team are working hard to make sure this changes. Take a look at some of the areas they are focusing on.
People from racialised communities are more likely to experience a mental health problem but less likely to receive the help they need. Find out more about what we're doing as an organisation to tackle this.
We are working to improve the resilience of young Black men and support them to take better care of their mental health and wellbeing. This includes our Young Black Men's programe which works with young Black men to build services around their lived experience.
Those of us who are lesbian, gay, bi or trans are far more likely to experience a mental health problem than others because of the discrimination we face. Find out about our work with the LGBTQ community.
Mind is part of a coalition of charities called Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM). Working together, we support local areas across the country to develop effective, coordinated services that directly improve the lives of people facing multiple disadvantages. Find out more about how the MEAM Approach helps local areas design and deliver better coordinated services.
We have worked with Muslim communities across the UK to improve emotional resilience and support wellbeing in a culturally appropriate way, building on Islamic principles and teachings from the Qur'an.
We have worked to support the wellbeing of South Asian women and empowered them to tackle the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health, thanks to support from the legacy of campaigner, Nasa Begum.
We believe people on the autistic spectrum who are also experiencing mental health problems deserve to receive better support. Find out about our guidance for professionals.