Normalising & Humanising Mental Health

Everybody in the world has mental health. Everyone.

Yet the fear of being judged whenever we struggle with our mental health is preventing many people from talking about it. At Chasing the Stigma we want to help remove that fear and unnecessary stigma, by using our own first-hand experiences to say ‘I have suffered. I got through it and you can too’. You are never alone.

Every day is a mental health day


On 11 October we launched our brand new campaign, Everyday, which aims to shed a light on the hard work that goes on behind the scenes every single day to help those who are suffering from mental health problems.

In addition, we also want to show that it takes more than one day to tackle the mounting mental health issues in this country - from rising suicide rates to increasing wait list times for children.

We are here every day for people who need help - are you?

Read the story behind Everyday.

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Latest News

The story behind Everyday.

As a mental health charity, we have got involved in World Mental Health Day since our inception. We love the fact that people used social media platforms to talk openly about mental health, sharing their experiences and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health.  And we think it is great that companies and the government each year show their support for good mental health within the workplace and society as a whole.  However, we decided to take a break from it this year — and here’s why. Behind the social media banners, big promises and openness, the situation surrounding mental health provision in this country is actually getting worse, not better.  This year’s ONS suicide figures show a marked increase in...

Our Story

Our Story

Comedian and writer Jake Mills battled depression in 2013.

After months of internal turmoil, Jake attempted to take his own life. Thankfully he was discovered before it was too late and made a full recovery. As part of his recovery, Jake opened up on social media about his secret battle with depression and a suicide attempt and his story

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Hub of Hope

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The Hub Of Hope

The Hub of Hope is a first of its kind, national mental health database which brings together organisations and charities, large and small, from across the country who offer mental health advice and support, together in one place.

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Register Your Support


Do you offer Mental Health support or advice?

No matter how big or small, we want to bring all mental health support together in one place - the Hub of Hope. Register to become part of the UK’s biggest mental health database.