Young people with a connection to mental illness are providing invaluable feedback on our research, here's why it matters to them.
In this deeply personal blog, Gemma writes about her own experience of anxiety, from childhood up until present day, and the questions she thinks research could answer.
As part of our Mental Health Frontline series, Andy writes about his experience working with veterans facing mental health problems.
Megan attempted to take her own life when she was 13 years old, now she's doing Dare to Swear so other children don't have to struggle like she did.
Steve Mallen's own personal journey in mental health began standing next to his son's coffin, who devastatingly died by suicide. He's demanding a shift in attitudes towards mental health research so others don't have to face the same tragedy.
Flo describes why her own experiences of mental health lead her to helping to fund "vital" research with a Dare to Swear challenge.
Mental health writer Tina McGuff talks about her own experiences of anorexia, and why it's crucial to intervene early and invest in research to save lives.
Tiffany describes the darkness she has experienced, what lead her to find help - and the "unmeasurable" value of mental health research.