Contact us

General enquiries

For all general enquiries, including feedback about the website or a resource on here, please email mentalhealthatwork@mind.org.uk . We check all links and resources automatically and regularly, but are always extremely grateful for any tips about links not working or resources that have been superceded.


Partnership Programmes

Whether you work with 10 people, 10,000 people or just yourself, we are here to support you with the tools and resources you need to create mentally healthy workplaces. At the same time we deliver targeted services though our partnership programmes.

Blue Light Together – Support for emergency responders and volunteers

Find out more here.

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MHPP – Support for Midlands businesses and their employees

Find out more here.


Suggesting resources

At any given time we have a large backlog of resources that we’re considering adding to Mental Health at Work. Also, the purpose of this site is to help people cut through an overwhelming number of options, so we avoid adding more and more possibilities unless they fit into specific gaps. For both of these reasons, we are not currently accepting emailed suggestions for new resources.

Guest articles and stories

We like to showcase examples of how people have used Mental Health at Work to make a positive change in their workplace, or highlighting particular aspects and social issues related to workplace mental health. If you have something to say and your organisation is happy to be featured, we’d love to hear from you. We are also actively trying to increase the diversity of people featured on our site.

Get in touch at mentalhealthatwork@mind.org.uk and we’ll take it from there. Please note, though, that we have a backlog and an already-planned schedule of publication so do not guarantee we’ll take up any suggestions. In other words, please don’t write anything for us on spec, as your time will probably wasted. We’d prefer to talk with you together about whether there is a topic that you, or we, should cover.

 

 

The Mental Health at Work website will close on 30 June 2024.

If there any of our toolkits, stories and resources that you may want to refer to later, we recommend you download them now.

The Mental Health at Work Commitment, the Interactive Guide and some key supporting content will move to Mind’s website after this date.

Find out more in our FAQs