We help people achieve good mental and physical wellbeing and live life to the full

Make Your Move – employment support across the North-East

Make Your Move is a specialist employment support service provided by MHM. Read on to find out what they do, and how they supported client James* to get back into work.


Author: Danielle Adams

Learn about the Five Ways to Wellbeing

Evidence suggests that a small improvement in wellbeing can help to decrease some mental health problems and also help people to flourish.


Author: Danielle Adams

Talk to Helen, our CEO

As Chief Executive Officer of MHM, I am always eager to receive feedback about how we’re doing and how we can improve.


Author: Nicola Todhunter

We believe that, with the right personalised support, anyone with a mental health need can live the life they want to live.

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We support about 15,500 people every month
88% of clients would be very likely to recommend MHM’s services to a friend or family member
Our Helpline received over 72,000 calls last year

Latest news

  • Housing team go green!

    The Newcastle Supported Housing team are starting a new 3-year project to be more environmentally friendly. Read more

  • Cyclists & Footballers pledge support for MHM

    We’re excited to announce that two sporting groups have selected MHM as their Charity of the Year! Read more

  • Help MHM win £1000!

    Ecclesiastical are inviting nominations NOW for their Movement for Good awards. 500 charities will be selected at random to win a £1000 donation, so the more nominations we receive the better chance we have! Read more

Upcoming events

  • Launch of the Warrington Employment Service

    Talking Matters Warrington was successful in its bid to become a Wave 2 Trailblazer for the provision of Employment Advice and Support, and are launching the project with a lunchtime event on the 1st of March! Read more

  • Time to Change Coffee Morning

    Mental Health Matters are hosting a coffee morning in celebration of Time to Change. The aim of the day is to promote having a conversation with someone – this could be a friend, a family member or a work colleague. Read more

  • Time to Talk Day in Rugby

    Come and talk to one of our Employment Recovery Workers for information about our service and advice about mental health. Read more