Our partnership with Mind

About the partnership

The Bupa UK Foundation and Mind are working together to empower better mental health in young people.

By 2022, we aim to help 2.5 million young people and their families to access new resources, providing support and guidance on mental health.

Together we’re sharing free resources with and for children and young people, especially those aged 11- 25, using language they understand, and terms they search for.

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Free mental health resources for young people

Free mental health information is available on the Mind website, so everyone can use it. 

It covers topics like talking to your doctor, feelings and opening up, and understanding Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), with further resources in development.

New resources to support young people worried about coronavirus

Our partnership has helped to support a new Mind coronavirus hub for young people with worries about coronavirus and wellbeing. 

You can find information managing your feelings bout changes to lockdown, coronavirus and wellbeing as well as resources for parents.

Working together to help young people lead mentally healthy lives

David Hynam, CEO of Bupa Global & UK, and Paul Farmer, CEO of Mind, are delighted to be working together to offer mental health resources for young people to help them lead mentally healthy lives.

In this video, find out about their shared aims to eliminate stigma and encourage people to open up and talk comfortably about mental health.