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The #MentalHealthMinute 2019

This morning, The Duke of Cambridge, Katy Perry, Stephen Fry, Jameela Jamil and Alesha Dixon got their Heads Together for the #MentalHealthMinute.

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The Duke of Cambridge has launched our new partnership with the FA – Heads Up

Our brand new campaign, Heads Up – delivered in partnership with the FA, is set to generate the biggest ever conversation around mental health. Here’s why… Harnessing the influence and popularity of football, Heads Up will be a campaign to remind us all that mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. Heads Up…

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After being unaware that she was experiencing bipolar for years, Liv received the help she needed

Dealing with mental illness can be incredibly challenging. Dealing with mental illness at any age is hard; it can be lonely, isolating, difficult and upsetting. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder back when I was 18, but that wasn’t when my troubles began. Let’s head back to 2007. I was 14, a bright young student…

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Heads Together legacy project, Shout, launches in the UK

Thanks to all of your support for the Heads Together campaign, today we’re delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched Shout – our latest legacy project, which has been delivered by Mental Health Innovations. Shout is a free, 24/7 text messaging service, connecting people experiencing mental…

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Rebecca shares her journey of overcoming her mum’s suicide

*This blog contains discussion about suicide and a brief mention of sexual assault that some readers may find triggering The Challenge My name is Becks Simpson, and on the 21st June 2008 my mum tragically went missing. Myself and my dad were the last people to see her alive. I was 29 years old. Thankfully…

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