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We are Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England.

We are a social enterprise, a company without shareholders. We offer expert guidance and training to support mental health, in the workplace and beyond.

We all have mental health. Better mental health is good for everyone and recognising this is good for society.

We want a society where everyone can thrive. We believe in zero stigma surrounding mental health. We want mental health to be openly discussed and supported.

We want our training to create an unshakable belief that we can all talk freely about mental health and seek support when we need it. We will achieve this through our mission to train one in ten people in mental health awareness and skills.  Follow the link for more informtion:

https://youtu.be/NFRCdgXGlig

 

Our mission is to train one in ten people in mental health awareness and skills.

Through our training and campaigning, we equip people with the skills they need to support their own and others’ wellbeing.

We offer a range of evidence-based face to face and digital learning, from awareness raising to skill development. Our courses empower people to notice signs of mental ill health, and encourage them to break down barriers, listen in a non-judgemental way, and signpost to support for recovery.

The MHFA England framework (right) shows how our training promotes equality between mental health and physical health. Click on the diagram for more information.

 

MHFA England framework diagram with prevention, early intervention, and signposting to support 

 

For schools

#HU4HM - Film clip - Hendon School: What we do to support our mental health

What students at Hendon School, North London do to support their mental health

#HU4HM - GIF - Self-care and support for young people

Share this GIF on your social media, blog or website

#HU4HM - GIF - Tips for talking with young people

Share this GIF on your social media, blog or website

#HU4HM - Helpful resources for young people's mental health

A list of prominent mental health charities and support services for young people

#HU4HM - Presentation: Making the case for young people's mental health

Slide deck on the business reasons for investing in young people's mental health. You can adapt this with statistics from your own school and use it to engage your senior leaders

#HU4HM - Self-care and support

Here’s some self-care tips to help protect against stress

#HU4HM - Sources of stress for young people

Some common sources of stress in young people

#HU4HM - Tips for talking with young people

Starting a conversation is the first step on their journey

#HU4HM - Whole organisation framework

Some key principles that an organisation can use when developing their wellbeing strategy

Film clip - MHFA support in schools

 

Andrew McBroom, teacher at City of London School, discusses how he uses his Mental Health First Aid skills in his work

 

Poster - 10 Keys to Happier Living

 

Wall poster created in partnership with Action for Happiness

 

Poster - 10 Keys to Happier Living text only

 

A text-only version of the 10 Keys to Happier Living poster

 

Social media graphic - 1 in 10

 

Our goal is to train 1 in 10 people in MHFA skills

 

Social media graphic - Mental health parity

 

Mental Health First Aid is just as important as physical first aid

 

Social media graphic - MHFA for all

 

We're campaigning for Mental Health First Aid for all

 

Social media graphic - MHFA in schools

 

Mental Health First aid skills are important in schools

 

Social media graphic - Take 10 Together because

 

The benefits of taking 10 minutes to have a supportive conversation

 

The role of a Youth MHFA Champion

 

Information on the role of a Youth MHFA Champion (someone who has completed a Youth MHFA One Day Course) in schools

 

Youth MHFA info pack

 

A set of resources for a mentally healthy organisation, including statistics on young people's mental health, a framework for training, and our Youth MHFA case studies and course information in one pdf