Coping with University

On University Mental Health Day, a number of students have spoken about how their lives have benefitted from speaking to others about their issues and accessing support. Read more

Coping with a complex diagnosis

"MHM have helped me when I find it hard to manage; they have given me someone to talk to other than family. I receive a lot of encouragement from them to be more independent in sorting out money and the day-to-day stuff - I truly believe MHM keep me well." Read more

Making a home

"MHM have really helped my wellbeing and have always been consistent in being there for me with whatever I need." Read more

Road to Recovery

Vera has been on an amazing journey, from attending our 'Road To Recovery' programme to increase her confidence, to now volunteering supporting others on the same course and considering a career in community support. Read more

Increasing independence

Will struggles to go out by himself, as he gets anxious being around a lot people on his own, but with the help of a support worker he has began to gain confidence. Read more

Coping with sight-loss

Eleanor came to us really low in mood due to her deteriorating eyesight, but we were able to support her through several set-backs to maintain her independence and wellbeing. Read more

Giving something back

Sofia has now been in her new Peer Support role for 4 months. She has found it exciting, challenging and rewarding, and having structure and a purpose to her days has improved her mental wellbeing immensely. Read more

Managing money

Carrie now has far greater confidence and independence when it comes to managing her money, which will help her move on to living independently when she feels able. Read more

Working towards a brighter future

Jayden is feeling much more hopeful about this goals now that he is able to travel alone and meet new people with growing confidence. Read more

Making your voice heard

After making successful progress towards recovery from her mental health struggles, Helen decided to attend her local Mental Health User Voice group. Read more

Gaining independence

After attending one of our drop-ins and finding out about Personal Budgets, Harry was able to get support to live independently. Read more

Volunteering and work placements

Erin was referred to our employment support service as her mild learning disability had meant she was struggling to successfully find work. Read more