Author Archives: Hannah Walker

When the shoe doesn’t appear to fit…

Recently, myself and a FaithAction colleague went to a National Summit on Wellbeing and Mental Health, looking at Public Health England and how mental health is being prioritised in the new public health system. At first, we felt like the odd ones out in a […]

Feed Into Our National Work

We know that you have great case studies and good ideas. Over this year we have sent out invitations to contribute to national consultations and feed into the work that we’ve done around working with local authorities, public health and volunteering. Thank you to everyone […]

Observations on Faith and Mental Health

As a partner of the Department of Health, at FaithAction we want to explore how faith groups can support and improve the health and wellbeing of their communities. You don’t have to look far to see the significance and prevalence of mental health problems in […]

You said, we did…

Reviewing our work with the All Party Parliamentary Group on Faith and Society this week, I was struck by the main findings from our last year of work. It is clear to see how these needs are now reflected in work done both within FaithAction […]