News & Blog
Centre receives funding for its Early Years Programme
The Department of Health and Social Care announced an investment of £3.3 million in 23 local community projects across England – one of which is the Anna Freud Centre’s Early Years Progr...
Lessons for wellbeing from A-Level exams, on results day
One of our Young Champions shares what she learnt from taking her A-Levels and gives advice to other young people on managing stressful situations.
A letter to my younger self
One of our Young Champions writes a letter to her younger self as part of #SelfcareSummer.
Pets in Mind
Our latest guest blogger Dr James Greenwood is a practising veterinary surgeon in Bristol. He treats an array of animals from dogs, cats, rabbits and even on one occasion – a baby elepha...
I run because…
Our latest guest blogger Hope Virgo is an author and mental health campaigner.
#SelfcareSummer launched to support investigation into lifestyle changes to alleviate depression and anxiety
Today the Anna Freud Centre launches the first ever #SelfcareSummer to encourage more young people to take part in activities to promote their mental health and wellbeing over August.
How mental health services can present themselves as safe spaces for people who identify within the LGBTQ+ community
On Saturday 6th July, many members of the Anna Freud Centre, including several Young Champions participated in the incredible Pride parade held in London, an event that grows in numbers ...
National mental health programme to bridge gap between schools and colleges and NHS services
Pupils struggling with mental health are to benefit from more joined up care and support across schools, colleges and specialist NHS services, in a national roll out of a £9.3 million tr...
Pride: Coming Out
Ahead of the Anna Freud Centre team marching in the London Pride Parade, one of our Young Champions shares her coming out story and some tips for other LGBTQI+ people thinking about comi...