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SANE is a leading UK mental health charity. We work to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness.

Journalists can contact the Media Team out-of-hours on +44 (0)7718 735 121 or mediateam@sane.org.uk.

SANE launches third round of Creative Awards Scheme to inspire people affected by mental illness

19 Jul 2021

SANE launches third round of Creative Awards Scheme to inspire people affected by mental illness

SANE, the leading mental health charity, is delighted to open the third round of funding for the SANE Creative Awards Scheme following the overwhelming response to the previous rounds. 

The Creative Awards Scheme aims to improve the quality of life for people with mental health problems, their families and carers. …

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Lunar Shooter supports SANE with new album

08 Dec 2020

Lunar Shooter supports SANE with new album

SANE is delighted to announce that long-time supporter Lunar Shooter has released a new album with all royalties going to support the charity. 

Reflections is available by digital download and shows that whatever challenges you face, schizophrenia need not stifle creativity. As implied by the name, aim high and anything …

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SANE demands urgent action to avoid looming mental health crisis

16 May 2020

SANE demands urgent action to avoid looming mental health crisis

SANE, the national mental health charity, is today calling for immediate action to tackle the worsening shortage of mental health staff and psychiatric beds, both of which are needed to meet the escalating need for support due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Effects of Lockdown and Overstretched Services Risk a ‘Mental …

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SANE launches second round of its Creative Awards Scheme

11 Feb 2020

SANE launches second round of its Creative Awards Scheme

SANE, the leading mental health charity, today opens the second round of funding for the SANE Creative Awards Scheme (SCAS), following the overwhelming response to its launch last year. 

The aim of the scheme is to improve the quality of life of people with mental health problems, their families and …

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