World Mental Health Day is celebrated on October 10 every year, and is used as a chance for everyone to consider what they can do to increase awareness, reduce stigma, and think about their own mental health.
This year’s theme is ‘Mental health is a universal human right. While more and more of us are aware of mental health, so many of us still aren't getting the right support
Starting today and throughout the rest of this month, we'll be exploring some of the most common barriers to accessing mental health treatment, and what we're doing at Solent Mind to ensure that anyone who is experiencing a mental health issue gets the support and respect they deserve - no matter their age, gender, location, ethnicity or socio-economic status.Back to all news Become a member
For World Teachers Day, some former teachers talk to us about what they've learnt at Solent Mind which they wish they knew while teaching.
Tina Chen, Diversity & Inclusion Outreach Worker, talks about the work she has done with the South Asian community in increase access to our services.
On World Refugee Day, June 20, Solent Mind shared plans to increase access to mental health services.