Our latest press releases
Our response to new action requiring government to improve treatment of benefits claimants living with a mental illness
We respond to news that the Equality and Human Rights Commission will require the Department of Work and Pensions to improve its treatment of people living with disabilities, including mental illnesses.Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness responds to 10-year mental health plan announcement
Mark Winstanley, CEO of Rethink Mental Illness, responds to launch of 10-year mental plan consultation.Read more Read more
We respond to government plans exclude trans people from legislation to ban conversion therapy.
We respond to government plans to exclude trans people from legislation to ban conversion therapy.Read more Read more
Our response to the 2022 Spring Statement
Mark Winstanley, CEO of Rethink Mental Illness, responds to the government's 2022 Spring Statement.Read more Read more
Urgent campaign launches to increase awareness of psychosis
We've launched a new campaign to raise awareness of psychosis and encourage people to seek urgent support if they’re concerned about themselves or a loved one.Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness signs the Race at Work Charter
Rethink Mental Illness has joined over 800 organisations by signing the Race at Work Charter. Find out what the charter is, and why it is an important step in our aim to becoming an anti-racist organisation.Read more Read more
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Please note that, unfortunately, we are unable to assist with student requests.
Tel: 07483 333 173
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