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Milestones Trust

People with
Mental Health Needs

Who we support

Mental Health is everyone’s business

In fact, it already is when you think that 25% of adults will experience a common mental disorder and up to 10% of people in England will experience depression in their lifetime. Our focus for mental health is recovery. In short, enabling people to gain control of their mental health, and building resilience to manage good emotional wellbeing through skills development and coping strategies.

The facts

1 in 4

adults are predicted to experience a common mental disorder

10%

of people in England set to experience depression in their lifetime

Each journey to recovery is unique

That’s why we put the person at the centre of their own support. We offer our Recovery Pathway Service in residential settings that are staffed around the clock. We provide an environment where people can focus on their abilities and pre-existing skills to achieve personal goals and a sense of identity. We know our approach works – we’ve reduced psychiatric hospitalisations and helped people live more effectively in their community through education and support networks.

We held a ‘Your Vote’ hustings (a meeting at which candidates in an election address potential voters) with three local candidates from the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green parties. Watch the video we made from the hustings to hear what they had to say.

It’s estimated that a mix of anxiety and depression causes one fifth of days lost from work in Britain.

How can we help?

Of course, building back confidence and good health takes time and setbacks happen, but we’re committed to providing new and creative ways to support people on their recovery journey. Be it through 1:1 support with your support worker to achieve goals, or support that is enhanced through accessing the creative arts, our Recovery Pathway Service provides the essential networks. So people can grow and learn as individuals and build their confidence and trust to be safe and take risks.

What we offer

External resources

Mental Health Foundation

Looking after your mental health

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Mind

For better mental health

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NHS

If you're having mental health problems, you’re not alone

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