A future where no one needs to face mental illness alone.
We provide transformational support for people ensuring that everyone has access to the support they need, when they need it and in a way which works best for them.
We seek to change society by changing attitudes, fighting stigma and influencing government to ensure a better quality of life for those affected by mental illness.
meet the team
Meet some of our brilliant Change Mental Health people playing an essential role in ensuring our strategic approach is delivered and whose passion keeps our charity helping and supporting those affected by mental illness.
Courage and Commitment
We face challenges head on & speak out when we see injustice.
Dignity and Compassion
We care for our staff and the people we support. We recognise human beings as complex and unique. We reach out to others and show kindness.
We innovate. We are the first to our own rescue and that of others. We do the difficult things. We work in and build partnerships with others.
We are driven by the lived experiences of the people we support and work with. We are committed to person centred approaches and meaningful participation.
We do the right thing. We are transparent, open and honest.
We have been a charity for over 50 years, after journalist John Pringle penned an anonymous article in The Times about caring for his son experiencing schizophrenia. Since then, we have evolved to support more people with severe and enduring mental illness.
Over the past number of years, our charity has grown and with it has grown our ambitions to support more people in more parts of the country, to support people to access our services, and to play a part in advocating and providing a platform for people affected by mental illness.
Read our ambitious new strategy, Time for Change, so we can make our charity more public facing and accessible to better reach those in need and raise support for our cause.