Mental Health Foundation issues advice for staying mentally healthy during the Coronavirus outbreak13 February 2020,
We have issued these tips because the virus is getting massive news coverage and there are things that people can do to look after their mental health.
Mental Health Foundation publishes major new report on social inequalities and mental health problems13 February 2020,
The briefing paper aims to help people to understand the huge role that social and economic inequalities play in causing mental health problems and what can be done to reduce their negative mental health effects.
Scotland and Finland join forces on mental health15 January 2020,
A delegation of Finnish Parliamentarians and charities are headed to Scotland this week in a fact-finding and knowledge-exchange mission on mental health. Scotland and Finland, both considered world-leaders in the field, will aim to deepen their understanding of each other’s policies and...
New report supports link between social media and poor body image, and highlights ways to build more positive relationships in 20207 January 2020,
How to build a more positive relationship between social media and our body image is the focus of a new report produced by the Mental Health Foundation Scotland and the University of Strathclyde. The report #Healthy Social Media is the result of a conference organised by the Foundation and the...
Mental Health Foundation's reaction to the Queen's Speech19 December 2019,
Read our comments on the Queen's Speech.
Sleep and our struggles with it chosen as the theme for mental health awareness week 20209 December 2019,
We announce that the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 will be Sleep.
Physical activity shown to improve the lives of people with severe mental health problems – new Mental Health Foundation study in Northern Ireland5 December 2019,
Millions of adults in the UK are physically inactive, our study in Northern Ireland revealed evidence of the beneficial impact of physical activity particularly for people with severe and enduring mental health problems.
Hundreds of thousands of young people in Scotland report feeling isolated, lonely and uncertain who to turn to when experiencing mental health problems – major new report26 November 2019,
Young adults aged 16 to 25 across Scotland feel isolated, lonely and uncertain who to turn to when experiencing mental health problems.
Hundreds of thousands of young people feel isolated, lonely and uncertain about who to turn to when experiencing mental health problems – major new report26 November 2019,
Hundreds of thousands of young people feel isolated, lonely and uncertain about who to turn to when experiencing mental health problems.