Access to mental health support is too often determined by where we live or who we are.
It shouldn’t be like this. But we can change things.
This World Mental Health Day, do one thing and join us as we fight to right this injustice.
Use our resources to learn about mental health inequality, add your voice to our campaign and spread the word.
People from racialised communities, young people, and people living in poverty are disproportionately affected by mental health issues.
Read and share our blogs and stats to explore the topic.
When you're living with a mental health problem or supporting someone who is, access to the right information is vital.
If you or someone you care for is struggling, we can help. Our confidential Infoline can signpost to support near you. Or sign up to our online peer support community, Side by Side. It’s a safe place to listen, share and be heard.
And if you’re in Wales, sign up to Active Monitoring, our free guided self-help programme.
If racism is affecting your mental health, our information can help you choose how and where to seek help.
Find out more about looking after your mental health when you’re worried about money and where to get support for organising your finances, claiming benefits and dealing with services.
If you're going through a difficult time or are struggling with how you're feeling, it can be really scary and upsetting. We're here to help you understand you're not alone and to help you find the right support.
The pandemic has put the mental health of millions at risk and many still aren’t’ getting the support they need..
But with your help we can provide information and support and campaign for better mental health services for everyone – whatever their race, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or class.
Together, we can build a society that fights for the mental health of every last one of us.