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29 Nov 2021
Over the past 10 years, we have seen over 1000 T4H graduates, created and continue to provide a safe space for all and shown through extensive research the significant, therapeutic effects of T4H on our wellbeing and mental health. However, there’s still a chance our contract with our main funder (Islington CCG), will not be extended.
22 Nov 2021

An online survey conducted through the Dads and Football project

15 Nov 2021

Anti-Bullying Week is taking place from 15th to 19th November 2021, and the theme for this year is 'one kind word'.

12 Nov 2021
The Bipolar Commission is interested in your experience of how you are supported to maintain your physical health and how you have been cared for in hospital.
8 Nov 2021
The Pocket Advocate is a free mental health self advocacy tool developed in consultation with Camden & Islington's NHS Foundation Trust.
It provides users with a personalised document that clearly communicates their mental and physical health needs to others in an emergency situation. It can also be used as a day-to-day self management tool.
4 Nov 2021
With COP26 in full swing and the world focusing on climate change, Mental Health Research Matters wanted to talk about the impact air pollution has on mental health.
1 Nov 2021

From designing trinkets inspired by the unclaimed tokens left behind at the foundling museum, to forest bathing deep in the heath. We have something special for you this autumn.

20 Oct 2021

Melanie Davis has more than 25 years of experience as the manager of REST (Recovery Experience Sleeping Pills & Tranquilisers). REST offers support, guidance and advocacy for people in Camden and Islington struggling with benzodiazepines and other Z drugs. 

13 Oct 2021
The new Mood Tracker app can make it much easier to record your daily mood, medications, emotions and how much sleep you’ve had.
8 Oct 2021

Would you like an opportunity to make a difference to community mental health services?  We are a group of local people, professionals and commissioners working together to redesign mental health services in the community.