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Case studies

We've captured learnings from across the sector to help you to consider what more your organisation could be doing around mental health.

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Activity Alliance - Mental health at work

Mental health at work

Bedford Borough Council - Mindful sport programme

Mindful sport programme

Bright Star Boxing - Counterpunch


British Horseracing Authority / Go Racing Green - yard visits

Yard visits for local Minds

CIMPSA - Wellbeing Committee

Wellbeing committee

Devon NHS - Boosting Wellbeing Through Cycling

Cycling for recovery

England Athletics - #RunAndTalk programme


England Boxing - Box in Mind

Box in Mind

Get Set to Go - Volunteering


Mid and North Powys Mind - Mums Matter Zumba

Mums matter zumba

Notts County Foundation - Goals for Life

Goals for life

Oxfordshire Mind - Boxing for children and young people

Boxing for CYP

Oxfordshire Mind - Walking for Wellbeing

Walking for wellbeing

Roshni Ghar - Physical activity for South Asian women

Roshni Ghar

Single Homeless Project - Beating isolation through physical activity

Beating isolation

Springfield Mind and Think Active - joint staff role

Joint staff role

The FA - mental health guides

Mental health guides

ukactive - mental health at work

Mental health at work

Walk & Talk 999 - Walking for Wellbeing

Walk & Talk 999

Ystradgynlais Mind


Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation

The Charter provides a selection of good practice examples from a range of signatories.

Read the Charter

Sport for Development Coalition

The Coalition have gathered case studies from a range of projects using sport and physical activity to support people’s mental health and wellbeing.

More about the Coalition's work

Sector Key Milestones Booklet

Our Sector Key Milestones Booklet highlights the progress that has been made since the launch of the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation.

Access Key Milestones Booklet

Your stories

Our Your Stories page hosts even more blogs and stories which can show that people with mental health problems are cared about, understood and listened to. We can use it to challenge the status quo and change attitudes.

Visit Mind's 'Your stories' section

Bath Mind - Women Swimming Sessions

Bath Mind

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