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Rethink Mental Illness
01/18/2017 at 09:40. Facebook
“I’ve been living in supported housing for three years now, it has helped me so much. When I first arrived I wasn’t able to go to the shops by myself because I was so anxious, but now I feel much more confident” – Mark.

Supported Housing helps people like Mark to do things most of us take for granted, from becoming financially independent to going to the shops. Government proposals to cap...
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A place to call home - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Coming to terms with your mental illness isn't always easy, and for some it takes a very long time.

Share your experiences below.

How I finally realised I need to get help for my mental health issues

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Rethink Mental Illness
01/16/2017 at 14:07. Facebook
We are very excited about the launch of a new partnership that aims to help four million people who struggle with their financial wellbeing, such as Chris. Chris, who has bipolar, tells us how she finds herself spending more money when she becomes unwell.

5 ways to manage your mental health and money - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Rethink Mental Illness
01/16/2017 at 07:12. Facebook
As you may know, today is known to some as Blue Monday, but we’ve decided to turn it on its head by having a Bright Monday!

Join us by wearing something bright or making someone’s day special.

Don’t forget to tag us in your pictures and use #BrightMonday to let us know how you’ll be brightening up the day.

We’ll be announcing exciting news later, so stay tuned.

Forget Blue! Make It A Bright Monday! - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Rethink Mental Illness
01/15/2017 at 10:58. Facebook
There are just 4 days left to sign and share our petition to protect supported housing.

“I’m worried that any Government funding changes to supported housing could force people onto the streets”. - Heather, our supported housing Service Manager in Gloucester and Stroud.

One in five people with mental illness live in supported housing. Government proposals to cap their Housing Benefit means...
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Rethink Mental Illness
01/13/2017 at 16:09. Facebook
A great article on how to help a friend through a panic attack by Refinery29.

Do you have any advice to add? Comment below.

How To Help A Friend Through A Panic Attack

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Rethink Mental Illness
01/12/2017 at 17:24. Facebook
In 7 days, we will be delivering our petition to the Prime Minister calling on her to protect supported housing.

“If I hadn’t been offered a place in supported housing, I may have ended up on the streets” – Andrew.

One in three people sleeping rough have a mental health problem. Changes to Housing Benefit proposed by the Government could drive even more onto the streets.

We believe that...
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Rethink Mental Illness
01/11/2017 at 14:35. Facebook
Wear something bright, call a friend or maybe buy someone a coffee?

Next week we are turning #bluemonday into #BrightMonday!

Comment below the ways you’re going to make #BrightMonday special.

Bright Monday

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If you want to fundraise for us, why not join our Trihealthlon!

All you need to do is Give It Up, Take It Up or Switch It Up.

Click below to find out how it works.

The Trihealthlon: Give It Up, Take It Up or Change It Up. - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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In case you missed it yesterday, here is a round-up of Theresa May's mental health pledges.

Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Theresa May's Mental Health Pledges Mean Nothing Without Funding, Mental Health Experts Say

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The third Monday in January is often called 'Blue Monday' and is billed as the most depressing day of the year by the media!

This year help us break this trend by making it a #brightmonday!

Need inspiration? Here are four easy ways to join in this activity:

1 - Wear bright clothing on Bright Monday - anything from a colourful shirt or tie to brightly coloured socks.

2 - Call a friend –...
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Bright Monday

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This morning Theresa May announced many new measures to help people with living with mental Illness. We are cautiously optimistic but these plans need to filter through to our supporters on the ground.

Read our blog on today's announcement.

Theresa May's 'shared society' - our response - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Still looking for your 2017 calendar? Or looking to stock up on Christmas cards early? We have a 50% off sale!

Calendars are just £3 and cards £2 – click below to head to our online shop.

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We spoke to Trina Whittaker about her journey with mental health, being recognised in The Honours List and what she has planned for the next year!

Interview with Trina Whittaker: The Honours List - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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“As soon as a person’s mental health is stabilised, things should change. Stabilising mental health and managing risk go hand-in-hand.”

An interesting insight into secure care. Does this article reflect your experiences?

An alternative to prison: life inside the UK's secure hospitals

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Phew.. well that's Christmas and New Year done for 12 months! We hope you all had a great break and are looking forward to the year ahead. Remember if you are looking to advice or information about mental health then we have over 100 free factsheets on our website. Visit to start browsing!

Browse our free factsheet library

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Could you walk part of the way to work each week, or swap chocolate snacks for carrot sticks? You can choose your own challenge, and it needn’t be a big thing, but we need you to stick to it for a month, and get your friends to help you keep going by sponsoring you! Visit
Happy New Year folks - we hope you had a fun evening! Now that 2017 is here, let's make it a good one. This Buzzfeed article has some great tips on how you can help improve your wellbeing in the coming year. If you have any of your own tips to add then let us know in the comments below!

21 Things To Do To Improve Your Mental Health In 2017

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We'd like to wish all of our supporters a safe and fun New Years Eve! Remember if you are finding it difficult tonight then the Samaritans are available 24x7 and their number is 116 123.

See you in 2017 folks.