Table Of Contents: Volume 12 Issue 1
John Bucknall was a heroin addict for over 10 years until he woke up one day and decided to check himself into a rehab clinic. Today he is the commissioning manager in a…
, Belinda Belinda (Bee)
Zoë K. Reed, with Bee Harries, describes the role and potential of time banks to contribute to social inclusion and people's recovery from mental illness.
Modernisation and restructuring of mental health day services presents a huge challenge to trusts and commissioners. Ben Taylor outlines the common barriers and suggests…
The mainstreaming of students with mental health and/or learning support needs means further education college tutors are carrying an increasingly heavy burden of social…
We have put social inclusion at the heart of the mental health agenda, but we should be more ambitious, argues Liz Sayce: we should be putting mental health at the heart…
, Tom Wilson
, Robin Johnson
The pat ten years have seen sweeping changes in the way that housing‐related support services are being delivered across Britain. We are only now beginning to take stock…
, Chandra Shah
Open Up is Mental Health Media's anti‐discrimination project run by and for mental health service users. It spans nine geographical regions throughout England and Wales…
Rebecca Mitchell outlines projects developments and new reports linked with the National Social Inclusion Programme.