With support from Sport England and the National Lottery, Get Set to Go has been helping people with mental health problems get active.
Since 2015, Get Set to Go has seen 3,585 people with mental health problems take part in specially designed physical activity projects. Delivered in communities across England by eight local Minds, participants received group and one-to-one support and took part in a range of activities.
An evaluation team worked with over 1,000 Get Set to Go participants to track their progress, making this the largest ever study of its kind.
The findings show that physical activity has an important role to play in building resilience and supporting mental health recovery.
The below reports brings together our key learning and our recommendations on how we can all better support people with mental health problems get active.
Our report looks at the impact and reach of the Get Set to Go programme, and includes recommendations for any organisations wanting to support people with mental health problems to become more active.
We've developed this visual summary which highlights the programme's key achievements.