About us

1 in 4 people in the UK has experienced a mental health problem. We won’t stop until everyone has the tools they need to live their best possible life.

Who we are

Mental Health UK brings together the heritage and experience of four charities from across the country who’ve been supporting people with their mental health for nearly 50 years.

With our local service delivery and national expertise in supporting people whose lives are affected by mental health problems, we have been able to mark a significant footprint in the areas that deeply challenge our mental health and stability.

We provide support and services for some of the biggest societal challenges that pose a threat to people’s mental health, including money problems, navigating through the system to get the right support, understanding mental health, loneliness and isolation, and resilience in young people.

At Mental Health UK we won’t stop until everyone has the tools they need to live their best possible life.

Our impact (2020-21)

Knowledge and Understanding

Our information and support webpages were viewed over 8 million times, increasing awareness and understanding of mental health conditions and how to look after your mental health.

Advice and Information

Our helplines answered over 10,000 calls, emails and webchats, offering advice and information and signposting people to further support.


Our programmes like Bloom, Mental Health & Money Advice and Navigators helped over 60,000 people get the support they need to protect and manage their mental health.


We launched Clic, our online peer support platform tackling loneliness and isolation and offering a welcoming community for everybody’s mental health, which has connected 6,000 members in its first year.

Our impact reports

Our impact 2021-22

With new challenges such as the cost-of-living and climate crisis already impacting our lives, our work protecting the nation’s mental health in 2021-22 has become even more vital.

Our impact 2020-21

Despite navigating one of our most challenging periods, we were able to be there for even more people affected by a mental health problem in 2020-21.