Nearly half (44%) of men have had fewer than two heart to hearts with a male friend in the last year 3/4 of men wouldn’t feel able to say openly that they have a mental health problem to friends -...

Time to Change is working with parents, secondary schools and colleges to start vital discussions about mental health  A recent survey of over 2,000 16 to 24 year-olds[1] conducted for mental health...

48 Organisations employing over 350 thousand people will sign the Time to Change Employer Pledge across the country this World Mental Health Day. By signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge, these...

Time to Change is a sector-leading, evidence-driven campaign which began in 2007, aiming to change how we all think and act about mental health problems. Since then, the campaign has reached millions...

The new tool will empower people across the country to support friends and family who are struggling with their mental health   Today, Ogilvy UK and the mental health anti-stigma campaign, Time to...

Releasing on Monday 13th May, as part of the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week, ‘It’s OK to not be OK’ is a limited-edition unisex collection designed by five different artists and illustrators from...

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