Featured item:

Closing the gap

Our final report for the Mental Health and Income commission revealed that average income for people with common mental health conditions is £8,400 lower than for the wider population.

The report sets out how government and employers can tackle the barriers to employment and discriminatory work pratcies that are causing the the mental health income gap. Read the report here.

A cartoon man struggling to life a weight with the title work on one side and health on the other

“Employers should encourage and lift up their employees; make them feel appreciated rather than a cog that needs to be replaced when broken.”

Expert by experience

LatestBest practiceEventsNewsBlogsPublicationsPress Releases
A photo of some people working at a desk on laptops.Work

Work experience and work coaches: our week at Money and Mental Health

August 14, 2023


Untapped potential

Reducing economic inactivity among people with mental health problems.

March 13, 2023
In the news


October 07, 2022

Best practice

Best practice checklist: employers

February 03, 2021

Press Releases

Commission calls for systemic employment reforms, with 5m people with mental health problems fearful about post lockdown return to office

February 03, 2021

Latest publications

Breaking the cycle

The case for integrating money and mental health support during the cost of living crisis.

The pensions maze

Achieving better retirements for people with mental health problems.

Annual Impact Report 2022

Our achievements in 2022 and look ahead to our work for the coming year.

Through the lens: Ethnicity, money and mental health

Exploring how our age can interact with our money and mental health.

Join the Research Community
Join the professional network