This Boxing Day (Saturday 26th November) saw MHM, supported by Hay & Kilner, successfully provide delicious three course hot meals and hand out goody bags to more than 70 homeless, lonely and vulnerable individuals at the Oasis Café in Newcastle.
MHM are absolutely delighted to announce that due to support from Hay & Kilner solicitors, we will once again be hosting a Boxing Day lunch for the homeless, lonely and vulnerable at the Oasis Café in Newcastle on Saturday 26th December 2015
As many of you will be aware, it has become a very important annual tradition for MHM to support ‘Operation Christmas Child’ and we’d really love all of our services to get involved again this year in this truly worthwhile cause!
It was a great day out for those lucky enough to enjoy the celebration of World Mental Health Day October 10th at the St. Edmond’s Church and Trinity Community centre.
Apparently, we spend one third of our lives asleep. Not me. Ever since I was a child, most of the time everyone else has spent getting their beauty sleep, I've spent tossing and turning, exasperated at my inability to do what should be so natural
We were recently contacted by Kayleigh Brown who had written a poem about her struggles with depression. Kayleigh hopes that through sharing her experiences that the poem can help those who may be experiencing depression themselves.
The Kent County Football League has teamed up with KCC to raise the issue of men’s mental health, and to promote the Mental Health Matters helpline.
A new psychological therapies service is set to benefit thousands of patients across Northumberland, following a listening exercise led by the NHS locally. The new service, which has been developed by NHS Northumberland CCG, was shaped by patients and clinicians together, building on comments and ideas put forward by service users. The service …