Take a further look at some of the projects we’re most proud of.
Our live projects
Bloom is the largest free UK-wide programme for 14–18-year-olds which focuses on supporting young people’s mental health resilience. Delivered in schools and colleges, Bloom equips young people with the tools and knowledge to maintain their mental health through life’s transitions, both now and in the future.
Your Resilience is a free UK-wide programme that supports young people’s mental health resilience. It is focused on building resilience through life’s transitions in 14–18 year olds, equipping them with the tools and resources to manage their mental health now and in the future.
Clic was established in 2016 by Hafal, one of the founding charities of Mental Health UK, to help reduce the loneliness and isolation experienced by people with mental health problems and their carers in Wales. Thanks to funding by our partners at Lloyds Banking Group, during the coronavirus pandemic we were able to make Clic available to everyone living in the UK to help people to connect online for mental health support.
Mental Health and Money Advice
In 2017, we were chosen to be Lloyds Banking Groups charity partner for 2 years. The outcome of the partnership was to fundraise £4 million to set up the UK’s first Mental Health and Money Advice Service.
Support groups are core to our work. They provide invaluable spaces for members to come together to share experiences, speak openly about challenges and share information. The results can be astounding with members often trying new things and feeling more positive. Support from Lloyds Banking Group has allowed us to open 40 new support groups in communities across the UK. The estimated reach is 2500 people who weren’t accessing support previously.
With support from Lloyds Banking Group, we have been able to invest in projects addressing our workstreams of support, advice and information. Alongside Lloyds Banking Group, we recognise that there is a clear demand for easily accessible mental health information. It was decided to develop a resource to increase mental health literacy across the UK.
Get The Inside Out
In 2017, Creative agency Adam & Eve/DDB successfully pitched the script for ‘Get The Inside Out’ to Channel 4. It was part of a competition to win £1 million free airtime for a campaign focussed on non-visible disabilities.
Partner with us
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