1 in 3 people report discrimination within mental health services. For some, this feels like being invisible.

Over the last few years there has been a significant improvement in public attitudes towards mental health problems but people continue to report experiencing discrimination within mental health services.

In 2015 we ran a pilot project with professionals and people using services to tackle this. The project helped thousands of mental health professionals to begin conversations about tackling stigma.

A full evaluation report for the project is available along with an executive summary

"As a result of the campaign we have changed quite a few things – and I can say that these changes wouldn’t have happened without the Time to Change campaign."

Team Manager

Our evaluation found:

  • Improvements in the attitudes
  • Improvements in intended behaviour 
  • Changes in actual behaviour to improve the experience when using mental health services
  • The project helped thousands of mental health professionals to begin conversations about tackling stigma 

Find out about the successful pilot schemes that have informed this initiative.

A range of resources and information developed throughout the course of the project. 

Read the research that this training responds to, plus access additional support and information.

Hear professionals and people who have used services, talk about their experiences - and the things that made a difference.