Mind provides a range of services to members of the media.
We comment on breaking news and we can provide interviews, case studies and information on our latest news and campaigns.
We also provide tips on how to report on mental health.
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Our website provides comprehensive information on different mental health diagnoses, campaigning issues and mental health statistics.
There are several members of Mind's staff who are available to comment on a range of current mental health issues.
Media reporting can have a huge influence on public attitudes towards mental health.
Our Media Advisory Service works with sections of the media and the arts world who want to tell a story about mental health, or explore an issue in depth.
The Media has the power to shape public opinion and challenge perceptions. But bad reporting can increase misunderstanding and negative attitudes towards people who experience mental health problems.