mental health

Remploy helps 7,000 people talk about their mental health

Remploy, the disability employment specialist, is reminding people about the Workplace Mental Health Support Service from Access to Work which has helped almost 7,000 people across Britain talk about their mental health, as part of today’s ‘Time to Talk’ day. Every year one in four people will experience a mental health problem and Time to Talk, which […] Read More

First Aid to help improve people’s mental health

As part of their catalogue of training, we offer Mental Health First Aid training to help employers and individuals spot the signs that someone is struggling with their mental health. All frontline Remploy staff are encouraged to take part in the training, so they are also aware of what they can do to support colleagues and […] Read More

How to plan a journey with anxiety

Travelling when you have anxiety can be a challenge. For lots of people, anxiety can rear its ugly head whilst travelling and can make even the most exciting or simple journeys a nightmare. But what can you do to make travelling with anxiety a little bit easier? Plan your journey Journeys and travelling can be […] Read More

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Top tips to help you improve your mental health

Mental health is not a weakness, one in four people are affected by a mental health condition in the UK. Of these, one in ten young people experience mental health issues  and up to 90 per cent face some form of stigma. You are not alone. Help is at hand. Remploy offers a wide range […] Read More

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Remploy supported John through his anxiety to secure a job

“Remploy have supported me and my mental health condition into work. Just the simple act of getting up and ready and coming to workshops at the Glasgow branch helped me, as it meant that I was going out every week.” 19 year old John White from Glasgow had not worked since leaving college as he was so affected by his anxiety. […] Read More


Together we can support more young people with mental health conditions to complete their apprenticeship

Welcoming more apprenticeship support and opportunities the Government’s new Get In Go Far campaign aims to encourage more young people to choose an apprenticeship at the start of their working life and welcomes opportunities for young people who might otherwise be excluded from developing a sustainable career. The campaign has an ambitious target of placing […] Read More

Do you know one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem?

Mental Health Awareness Week 2016 takes place from 16-22 May, with the theme of relationships. Good relationships are essential to maintaining good mental health. We can’t flourish without healthy relationships in all aspects of our lives, including the workplace. We understand that the mounting pressure on work-life balance combined with stress, anxiety or depression can […] Read More