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

Self-Injury Awareness Day

Raising awareness about self-injury is incredibly important: awareness leads to understanding and empathy, banishing judgement and fear, and reducing the number of people who feel alone and suffer in silence.

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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.

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Author: Nicola Todhunter

Easington Floating Support Road to Recovery Programme

The Easington Floating Support service started their first Road to Recovery course in January 2019. The 11 week programme is aimed at people with a mental health need who want to socialise and make new friends, improve their confidence and self esteem.

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Author: Sarrah Dunn

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

  • Self-Injury Awareness Day

    Raising awareness about self-injury is incredibly important: awareness leads to understanding and empathy, banishing judgement and fear, and reducing the number of people who feel alone and suffer in silence. Read more

  • Stop the #DebtThreats

    Over 100,000 people in problem debt attempt suicide every year. We’re backing the Money & Mental Health Policy Institute’s campaign to end intimidating letters from lenders, which are causing distress for people in debt. Read more

  • Celebrating 35 years of MHM!

    On the 27th January, we celebrated 35 years since MHM was founded! To mark the occasion, we've rounded up 35 facts you might not know about us... 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