MQ: Transforming Mental Health

Around the world mental health research and treatment have simply not been a priority. Yet the burden is huge. Current investment does not reflect this incredible cost to society. MQ is here to change that.

MQ: Transforming Mental Health is a new charity with big ambitions. We believe that research will ultimately improve quality of life for the billions of people and families affected by mental illness. We aim to raise money and fund exceptional research to close this gap. Read more about our vision.

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World Mental Health Day Newsletter - October 2014

News   |   2014/10/10   |   Welcome to our supporters on World Mental Health Day! In this special World Mental Health Day newsletter we are delighted to share two recent announcements with you.   |   More »

Government announces first ever mental health waiting time standards - MQ statement

News   |   2014/10/08   |   The Government has today outlined the first ever waiting time standards for mental health services. MQ welcomes the announcement and the clear signal it sends to the NHS that parity of access to mental health care must be a priority moving forward.   |   More »

MQ Co-funds Major New Bipolar Survey

News   |   2014/10/06   |   A major survey has launched today on Bipolar Awareness Day 2014. The survey gives individuals, families, clinicians and other professionals the opportunity to influence research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and care of bipolar.   |   More »

New manifesto calls for mental health research to be a General Election priority

News   |   2014/10/03   |   MQ has joined forces with mental health research partners to publish a manifesto in advance of the General Election 2015 outlining priorities for the next Government.   |   More »

MQ joins the We Need to Talk Coalition

News   |   2014/09/24   |   At the beginning of September, MQ joined the We Need to Talk Coalition. MQ joins mental health colleagues in calling for increased investment in psychological therapy services and research, as outlined in the 'better talking therapies for all' Manifesto.   |   More »

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