Shining a light on mental illness in the workplace

24th January 2019

This week, we called for more awareness and understanding from employers about severe mental illness.

Blue Monday 2019

17th January 2019

The third Monday in January is known as #BlueMonday, supposedly the most depressing day of the year. We think this is absurd, as any day can be a challenge for someone living with mental illness. We want to brighten up #BlueMonday and every day.

Young people’s mental health: New programme launch

13th December 2018

Mental Health UK and Lloyds Banking Group launch new programme to tackle mental health challenge in young people across the UK

Our new mental health guide for all

13th September 2018

How does it really feel on the inside?
Our new mental health guide now available in 5000 GP surgeries, 400,000 university students and a further 35,000 people online.

6,000 Lloyds Banking Group colleagues Walk the Talk for Mental Health UK

10th September 2018

In 2017, Lloyds Banking Group colleagues voted for Mental Health UK to be their chosen charity partner. The partnership has raised an amazing £6.5 million so far, smashing the original target of £2 million per year.

Countdown to World Mental Health Day 2018

10th September 2018

It is not long now until World Mental Health Day (10 October) and as with everything it will be here before we know it!

Mental Health UK partners with This Can Happen conference

20th July 2018

Mental Health UK is proud to announce its role as charity partner of This Can Happen, a new conference for companies founded by Jonny Benjamin MBE and Neil Laybourn, which will take place in November 2018.

One in six people with money problems have had suicidal thoughts

6th July 2018

New research by Mental Health UK has found that one in six people who have experienced money problems (16%) have experienced suicidal thoughts because of this.

Our joint awareness campaign with Lloyds Bank returns to our screens

2nd July 2018

Lloyds Bank and charity partner Mental Health UK have today re-launched their #GetTheInsideOut advertising campaign, which aims to encourage more people to feel comfortable speaking about mental health.

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