7 May 2013
UK ranks 23rd in list of world’s best place to be a mother
The UK has been placed 23rd in a list of the world’s best place to be a mother with Finland topping the list as the best place, according to a report by Save the Children.
3 May 2013
From the mind of a child-soldier to the stage
Guest blogger Ailin Conant, director of Theatre Temoin, explains how visiting child soldiers in Rwanda resulted in the current stage play Nineveh.
3 May 2013
More than 30,000 ISAs opened for looked-after children
More than 30,000 junior ISAs have been opened for looked-after children and young people since 2012.
1 May 2013
Sadie Frost and Ralf Little support new YM app
Celebrities Sadie Frost and Ralf Little attend an event to promote the launch of WellHappy app produced by YoungMinds, myhealthlondon and Living Well.
29 Apr 2013
'Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' wins Olivier awards
'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time', based on the book by Mark Haddon, won seven Olivier awards yesterday - the highest honour in British theatre.
26 Apr 2013
Just two weeks left for schools to enter and win £5000
The Children & Young People’s Mental Health Coalition’s Resilience and Results competition is giving all schools in England an exciting chance to win a financial prize, provided by Zurich Community Trust
25 Apr 2013
NSPCC reports 3,000 children repeatedly missing from care
Almost 3,000 children repeatedly went missing from care last year, according to figures published by the NSPCC, with one child going missing on 67 occasions.
24 Apr 2013
Framlingham College fundraises with Harlem Shake extravaganza
YoungMinds fundraising director Chris Walker was this week presented with a cheque for more than £1,000 by Framlingham College in Suffolk.
23 Apr 2013
Green spaces in urban areas improves mental wellbeing
Parks and gardens in urban areas improve the mental health of people living there, research finds.
23 Apr 2013
Romantic relationships boost wellbeing
More than three quarters of people with a mental health problem actively tell their partners about their condition with the large majority of partners being unfazed by the news, according to research by Mind and Relate.