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.
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place between the 8th and 14th of May and this year it asks - are you surviving or thriving?
Our Young People's Advisory Group met to give their invaluable feedback on research we're funding.
MQ-funded scientists have discovered a groundbreaking new way to understand the brain by creating 3D functioning brain circuits.
Trauma and grief were the triggers for Charlotte's OCD. She tells us how she manages the 'monster in my mind' and why she refuses to see it as a weakness.
Over 50 MPs have joined us in swearing to take on mental illness - they tell us why they're supporting mental health research.
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.