Chasing the Stigma and Mental Health Matters collaborate to raise awareness of Mental Health services

National Charity Mental Health Matters and Chasing the Stigma have announced a partnership to raise awareness about the mental health services available in local communities. This collaboration includes Mental Health Matters adopting Chasing the Stigma’s Hub of Hope, the largest mental health support directory in the UK, to connect individuals with relevant services and support groups.

Mental Health Matters has assisted over 100,000 people in the past year and has witnessed a lack of awareness about local mental health support services. A support worker from the charity’s 24/7 helpline stated, “I often inform callers about the Hub of Hope. In addition to services, it provides a platform for individuals to connect with others who share similar experiences. For example, a recent caller discovered a local breakfast meet-up for veterans through the directory. As a nationwide service, the option to search by location also allows me to utilize local knowledge.”

The Hub of Hope is now integrated into Mental Health Matters’ website, providing access to the charity’s range of services. Jake Mills, Founder and CEO of Chasing the Stigma, expressed, “Partnering with Mental Health Matters is not just a collaboration, it’s a shared commitment to extending our reach and impact. Mental Health Matters has been a longstanding ally of Chasing the Stigma, and I am immensely proud to officially join forces with them. In the world of mental health support, collective efforts are paramount. Together, we will break down barriers, eliminate stigma, and ensure that no one walks their mental health journey alone.”

The Hub of Hope can be accessed through the app, available for download on the App Store (iPhone) or Play Store (Android), or online at or

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