Our work

Maternal Mental Health

Access to peer support is an important aspect of recovery for many women experiencing mental health difficulties during pregnancy and after giving birth. McPin, along with Mind, are researching and developing a set of guidelines on to ensure that maternal mental health peer support is of a high quality to ensure safety and effectiveness.



Public Participation in Mental Health Research Award

We have teamed up with the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research NetworkMQ: Transforming Mental Health to recognise research which has involved service users, carers and the public in each stage of the research process. Entries have now closed and the awards will be announced on 24th April 2018. Click here to find out more about the awards.

Get involved

Click here to fund life-changing mental health research and find out about fundraising opportunities.

We Need You!

We need people who have been affected by mental health problems to get involved in research studies as participants or advisers. To keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities, sign up to our involvement bulletin.