THE LUCY RAYNER FOUNDATION – LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT
The Lucy Rayner Foundation aims to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression and mental health challenges, especially in young adults, and to facilitate change in the way mental health is being perceived by society.
‘What’s On Your Mind?’ – Our Weekly Podcast
We are already into our third month of the ‘What’s On Your Mind?’ Lucy Rayner Foundation weekly podcast, where we talk all things mental health including topics such as forgiveness, addiction, social media, sleep & wellbeing, managing grief, kindness and physical activity.
You can find us on Buzzsprout, and now we’re on iTunes and SPOTIFY too!
Mental Health Awareness Week
10th-16th May 2021
BE AWARE THINK SELF CARE
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?
Theme – Self Care
Love the theme as much as we do?
Then join us in a week of self care.
Take a picture of your daily self care activity and post it on social media with the #beawarethinkselfcare
Our Services – How We Help
Free Counselling Service
Surrey Suicide Bereavement Service
A heartfelt message to young people…
The Scale of the Problem
The number of suicides in the UK in 2018
Half of all mental health problems manifest by the age of 14, with 75% by age 24
The proportion of children and young people who deliberately self harm
The leading cause of death among 15–35 year-olds. It occurs at a higher rate in this population than any other age group
The increase in the rate of deaths by suicide amongst under 25s in 2018
1 in 6
The proportion of young people aged 16-24 who meet the clinical criteria for a mental health disorder
The proportion of students who were struggling with at least one mental illness in 2016
1 in 3
The number of adult mental health conditions relate directly to adverse childhood experiences
The number of people who say poor mental health impacts their concentration at school and at work