Our Aylestone Crisis Café launches

We are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new Crisis Cafe in Aylestone, Leicester. The cafe is part of the major expansion of crisis cafes across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland... Read more

Solihull mental health drop in service

On Tuesday (28 June) we officially launched our Solihull mental health drop-in service. Read more

Our 2022-2025 strategy is here!

We are proud to share our organisational strategy for 2022-2025. This strategy has been developed in consultation with our commissioners, partners, employees, and those who access our services... Read more

New 24-hour mental health helpline for residents of Sunderland and South Tyneside

The helpline, staffed by a team of highly skilled and compassionate Support Workers, offers free 24/7 emotional support... Read more

Are you looking for a new opportunity this New Year?

Our new services in Solihull are looking for inspiring and engaging people just like you! Read more

Free Youth Mental Health First Aid training offered to the community

The United Grand Lodge of England has awarded us a grant to deliver Youth Mental Health First Aid Training to those supporting young people across Kent, Sussex, and Surrey. Read more

Use of face coverings when visiting MHM services

In order to protect our staff and clients, we will require any clients accessing face-to-face support from an MHM service to continue to wear a face covering, unless exempt. Read more

MHM and MPFT launch Mental Health and Autism Peer Support Service in South Staffordshire

Developed in partnership with MPFT and Staffordshire Adults Autistic Society (SAAS), the service will provide support to adults with autism who are also struggling with their mental health. Read more

MHM relaunch Knowsley Social Inclusion Service

Knowsley Social Inclusion Service is now being operated by Mental Health Matters. The free service offers one-to-one support that puts the client at the centre of the help that they receive. Read more

New employment and wellbeing service to support Newcastle’s COVID-19 recovery

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new employment and wellbeing service to support residents in the West End of Newcastle. Read more

Our Support Matters Helpline is successfully re-accredited

We are proud to announce that our Support Matters service has been successfully re-accredited by The Helplines Standard for a further three years. Read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19) January update

Following the most recent government guidelines which came into effect on 5 January 2021, we want to provide you with a service update. Read more

MHM successfully launches Talking Matters Sefton

Talking Matters Sefton is designed to help anyone aged over 16 in the South Sefton, Southport and Formby areas to deal with common mental health difficulties. Read more

South Tyneside User Voice Survey

Our South Tyneside User Voice service wants to hear your views. Answer this short survey to provide your feedback on mental health service provision in South Tyneside. Read more

New talking therapies provider to support thousands across Sefton

MHM are delighted to announce that we have been successful in securing the contract to deliver Improved Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services across the Sefton area. Read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19) November update

In light of the most recent government guidelines which come into effect on 5 November 2020, we want to provide you with a service update. Read more

MHM awarded Investors in People re-accreditation

MHM are proud to announce that we have been successfully re-accredited by Investors in People (IIP) for our commitment to our employees! Read more

Waiting List Initiative

MHM’s ‘Waiting List Initiative’ has been developed to support IAPT services to reduce waiting times to enable clients to begin talking therapy treatment within 6 and 18 weeks. Read more

Our Support Continues

Please be assured that during the COVID-19 pandemic our services will continue to provide support. Sometimes that support may be delivered via other non face-to-face channels. We have additional telephone support, text, video face-to-face and webchat facilities available to be there for you. Read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Following the advice issued on the 16th March in order to protect the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff as much as possible, MHM will be moving all support services to telephone only support in the coming days. Read more

And the winner is......... Mental Health Matters!

We are thrilled to announce that our Support Matters Service were crowned winners in the 'Specialist Mental Health Rehabilitation' category at this year's Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards! Read more

MHM's Latest Impact Report

We’re thrilled to share our new Impact Report for 2018-19, showing some of the positive effects we’ve had on people’s lives over the past year. Read more

How We Make Our Services Carer-Friendly

We understand how vital carers are and what pressures they face, so all of our services strive to deliver the emotional & practical support carers need. Read more

Staff Conference 2019 - Transformation and Integration

We hosted our annual staff conference in Leeds on the 22nd and 23rd May, where the theme was ‘The 5 Year Forward View - Transformation and Integration’. Read more