Our reports on a range of mental health issues, such as prevention, crisis care, benefits and sport.
Our research, 'An unjust system?', found that people with mental health problems are being disproportionately impacted by the 2012 cuts to legal aid. We're concerned that this means their right to justice is being threatened. Find out what we're doing about it, and read our new research.
Our guides written with the National Survivor User Network (NSUN), reports on restraint in mental health services, an independent inquiry into acute and crisis mental healthcare, and reports on commissioning excellence.
Reports covering our work supporting people facing multiple discrimination (i.e. discrimination because of their mental heath problems as well as on the ground of protected characteristics such as ethnicity, religion, sexuality or disability).
As part of our work with the Making Every Adult Matter coalition, we worked closely with services and those who experience multiple needs to better understand the difficulties they face in accessing services and how to address these.
Mind contributed to a consensus statement - along with organisations including Royal College of General Practitioners, The British Psychological Society, Centre for Mental Health and the Anna Freud Centre - on people with complex mental health difficulties that are diagnosed with a personality disorder.
Our reports on improving mental health support within primary care show what needs to happen so that quality frontline support is available across the country, wherever you live.
Our guide providing a background to public mental health for commissioners, as well as our guides on building resilient communities and the benefits of ecotherapy.
Our report with Victim Support reveals that people with mental health problems are more likely to be victims of crime, feel the impact of being a victim of crime more acutely and are less likely to get the support they need.
Our reports into the proposed cuts to benefits for people on Employment and Support Allowance, the current state of back-to-work support, and the stigma and discrimination which people on benefits continue to face.