Richmond Mind and its service users are calling for people to get to know the individuals behind their Schizophrenia diagnosis.
A south west London mental health charity is celebrating Good Care Month, a campaign that runs in July every year
Many measures of wellbeing are currently at their lowest point of the pandemic, but the situation could be even worse
As Christmas approaches, more and more swimmers are taking to the River Thames in Teddington for a winter thrill. Undeterred
A new initiative to spread some festive joy will see people singing carols on the doorstep on Wednesday 16 December.
Four south west London friends aiming to raise £200,000 for charity will row across the Atlantic Ocean this December. Harry
A recent review of the Mental Health Act 1983 reveals that black people are four times more likely to be
Mental health problems are the leading cause of absence among members of the London Fire Brigade for the first time
Christmas has faded, the weather is dark and gloomy, and everyone is back at work. Debt level is higher, motivation
New mental health in sport campaign backed by Harlequins divides opinion at Richmond and Balham clubs
Richmond FC’s director of rugby has voiced his support for tackling mental health problems for young people in sport, but
Harlequins announced their support for Time to Talk Day by encouraging the nation to be open about mental health last