Supporting our region’s mental health

Date posted: September 27, 2020
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The Mental Health Productivity Pilot (MHPP) is a three-year programme funded by the Midlands Engine and forms the core of our regional response to mental wellbeing at work. It is a collaborative partnership of local universities, mental health charity Mind, local authorities and Public Health England.

The overarching aim of the MHPP is to support employers across the Midlands, helping to improve workplace mental health and wellbeing.

The MHPP will see new workplace interventions implemented at pilot organisations and existing interventions rolled out in small, medium and large businesses across the Midlands Engine region.

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Download the Enterprise Research Council baseline study for the MHPP

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