Here is a selection of the publications that have resulted from our projects. More reports and links to peer-reviewed papers can be found on the individual project pages.

MAR 2021: Good Work, a review of employment support for Black people with long-term health conditions

DEC 2020: An Equitable Recovery from Covid-19: Insights from Lambeth, community-led research to understand the experiences of Black people during the pandemic

DEC 2020: My Story Our Future, a storytelling project about living with psychosis

MAY 2020: Women Side by Side, an evaluation of a women-led peer-support programme, run by Mind and Agenda

NOV 2018: Right People, Right Questions – Research Priorities for Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Focus on the Questions

MAY 2017: Early Findings from the Side by Side evaluation, a community peer support project run by Mind

MAR 2017: Everywhere and everyone included? Research in NHS Mental Health Trusts in England

JUL 2016: Evaluation of Kent County Council’s Mental Wellbeing Programme

AUG 2015: Evaluation of service user experiences of talking therapy services

JUL 2015: Evaluation of Birth Companions’ Community Link service

MAR 2015: Briefing paper on the wellbeing network and asset mapping approach to supporting recovery


A workbook for people who want to tell their mental health story, either solely for themselves or to share with supporters and services, based on the learning from My Story Our Future

A resource pack to support mental health practitioners to help people explain what has happened to them in their own words, based on the learning from My Story Our Future

A guide to telling a story of mental health experiences written by the NEON Lived Experience Advisory Group

A toolkit to help suicide bereavement services plan an evaluation

Personal budgeting toolkits for service users, families and carers and mental health professionals