MHPF continues to be the leading voice representing voluntary sector mental health service providers across England.

News & features

  • Yesterday MHPF were proud to have supported the 3rd Sector Care Awards, for the third time since their launch in 2014. We were pleased to see nominations of such a high calibre signifying the hard work and innovative practice in the not-for-profit care and support sector.

  • Following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Kathy Roberts, Chief Executive of MHPF has the following to say:

  • Care Quality Commission have published their annual report, Monitoring the Mental Health Act 2015/16, which reviews and understands the experience and effects of care provided for individual patients, setting out key findings from CQC’s work. It acts as both an account of their activity to Parliament and an outline of the important issues and concerns they heard from patients about their day-to-day experience when subject to the Mental Health Act [MHA].

  • Today, we welcomed the concluding report by the Independent Children and Young People’s Mental Health Commission [coordinated by the Education Policy Institute] on the transformation of children and young people’s mental health services in England, Time to Deliver.