Useful Resource Links

New training to support mental health professionals to tackle stigma and discrimination within services - Time to Change, the mental health anti-stigma campaign, in partnership with NHS England, has worked with mental health professionals and people using services to develop new training materials, which will be available to all mental health Trusts in England.

Public Health Matters blog - Public Health England has launched a new blog series about investing in prevention.

Mental Health Foundation’s 10 practical ways to look after your mental health now and in later life.

Personality disorder and complex needs in forensic mental health - Personality disorder and complex needs is published by Centre for Mental Health on behalf of the independent Bradley Commission. It explores what support people with personality disorders get in the criminal justice system and looks at examples of good and promising practice across the country.

Reading Well for Young People - A reading list, part of the Reading Well books on prescription scheme, of 35 books selected by mental health experts and young people has been launched with the aim of supporting young people’s mental health.

MindEd funded by the Department of Health and Department for Education, is a free e-learning resource developed to enable parents and families to intervene earlier in their children and young people’s mental health issues.

Primary Care People's infographic shows an overview of the current state of the NHS.

NHS Statistics - Check statistics and changes for specific areas of health care that could directly affect you, as well as keep up to date with debates, decision making and research both within the government and the wider community. 

The Good Care Group is a CQC registered and Care inspectorate regulated domiciliary care provider, specialising in providing 24 hour live in care at home on permanent or respite basis across the UK. If you or a loved one has a complex condition that requires live-in care, live in care can be extremely beneficial and clients who receive live in care by The Good Care Group see an improved quality of life and well-being, and a reduced decline in function.

Anxiety and Addiction: A co-Occurring Disorder: A guide that brings light that the two are connected and can be treated together. This information is valuable for anyone struggling with addiction and how a dual diagnosis can help.