Sainsbury Centre has a policy paper and ensuing project on Making Recovery a Reality.
Sainsbury Centre works on mental health and the criminal justice system.
Sainsbury Centre is also carrying out some major work on supported employment and Individual Placement and Support. You can watch clips from a recent lecture on IPS by Professor Bob Drake.
The National Social Inclusion Programme (NSIP) brings together the work of government departments and other organisations to challenge attitudes, to enable people to fulfil their aspirations and to improve opportunities and outcomes for people with mental health problems.
Together runs mental health services across the country and involves service users in campaigning and research.
The National Service User Network (NSUN) is a user-led initiative that brings together groups and organisations in England that are run by users and survivors of mental health services.
mentality (part of Sainsbury Centre) did a great deal of work on mental health promotion, including work on the evidence and a toolkit for the workplace.
The Scottish Government has published a discussion paper on the future of mental health in Scotland.
Sainsbury Centre has published a guide to commissioning day and vocational services based on experience in two English counties.
The Department of Health's World Class Commissioning programme.
Mind helps people find advocacy services.
Several organisations collaborated on We Need to Talk, a report to make the case for psychological therapies on the NHS.
The Department of Health talking therapies programme, Improving Access to Psychological Therapies, is being run in
The King's Fund has a report on the cost of mental health care in England to 2026.
Sainsbury Centre has also worked on this, with the main study being the Economic and Social Costs of Mental Illness and Mental Health at Work, which examines the business case for supporting people with mental illness to work.
Lord layard at the LSE has written on the costs of mental illness to society and the benefits of public happiness.
Moving People is the new national initiative run by Mental Health Media, Mind, Rethink and the Institute of Psychiatry that will publicly challenge attitudes towards mental illness in England and counter discrimination against people who experience mental ill health.
Young Minds works on improving the mental health of all children and young people under 25 through giving advice, training, campaigning and publications.
The government's Healthy Schools Initiative aims to improve the health and wellbeing of schoolchildren in England.
NHS Choices website allows you to choice and find the health services you need.
A briefing on Choice in healthcare by the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
The government's report Health Inequalities - Progress and Next Steps outlines its approach to hit the 2010 health inequalities Public Service Agreement targets.
The former Disability Rights Commission's report - Equal Treatment: Closing the Gap