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Great start to our partnership with Lloyds Banking Group

14th June 2017

On 16 January, Mental Health UK, which brings together Rethink Mental Illness with partner charities in Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, launched a new two year partnership with Lloyds Banking Group following their colleague vote.

Lloyds Banking Group colleagues donate their time to help Rethink Mental Illness

18th May 2017

During Mental Health Awareness Week (8-14 May) Lloyds Banking Group colleagues volunteered at Rethink Mental Illlness service centres across the Midlands as part of their charity partnership with Mental Health UK. 

Five top tips for Mental Wellbeing

18th May 2017

Looking after our mental health is important for all of us – whether we are living with a mental illness or not. Just like with physical health, there are things we can all do to help us look after our mental wellbeing and face the challenges life throws at us!

Showcasing our award-winning support group in Tayside

8th March 2017

This month we are focusing on the work of our support groups across the UK.

Five ways to manage your mental health and money

18th January 2017

Did you know that four million people across the UK have money worries due to their mental health? In this special blog to mark the launch of the new partnership with Lloyds Banking Group which will enable us to create a new UK-wide Mental Health and Money Advice Service, Chris explains how having a mental illness can at times affect the way we handle money and why the new service is so important.

Lloyds Banking Group joins forces with Mental Health UK

13th January 2017

Lloyds Banking Group joins forces with Mental Health UK to develop pioneering Mental Health and Money Advice Service

Mental Health UK partners with Pizza Hut Restaurants

31st August 2016

We are very proud to announce a new partnership with Pizza Hut Restaurants across the UK.

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