07 Dec

Urgent Mental Health Support this Winter – Mind Campaign

An incredible 7000 of you signed our petition calling on the UK Government to provide urgent mental health support this Winter. Thanks to your campaigning, this week we’ve had some positive news! The UK Government has now announced a Mental Health Support Plan for Covid-19. And it includes many of the things we’ve been campaigning…

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27 Oct

An update on the future of Time to Change

Time to Change

It is with great sadness that I have to announce that Time to Change will close on 31 March 2021 when our funding ends. I had hoped to have been able to secure funding for a future phase of our work because we know there’s still so much more to be done – but this has…

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27 Oct

Black History Month – Mind Campaigns

Racism has impacted on Black people’s mental health throughout history, and it continues to shape the lives and mental health of Black people today. This Black History Month and beyond, we need to do everything we can to ensure it doesn’t continue to affect our present. We know that in England, Black men are four times…

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14 Sep

Take on your own Memory Walk this September

Defeating dementia starts with a single step Memory Walk may look a little different this year, but completing your own walk is a fun and flexible way to make a real difference and every pound raised is one step closer towards life-changing dementia breakthroughs. Whether you complete it on your own, with your household or…

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04 Sep

YoungMinds Newsletter – September 2020

Prioritising mental health as we return to school, uni and work As schools across the UK begin to return, more and more of us go back to work, and universities prepare to reopen their doors, it’s so important that we look after our mental health to cope with these new challenges. Whatever you’re facing, you’re not…

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20 Nov

Mind Campaigns on Welfare and Benefits

You may have heard that last week Amber Rudd was appointed as the new Work and Pensions Secretary. The person in that role has the power to make a huge difference to the lives of people with mental health problems. Whether it’s the roll-out of Universal Credit or problems with PIP, we know that right now…

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