On this website you will find various articles from a collaborative blog and a quarterly online magazine called the Creative Mental Health Guide.  The magazine runs a fantastic open submission system that is easy and professional ,and accessible to everyone with and internet connection.  To read more about submitting  your work click here.

Joining the online community here is much more than your normal blog, it offers an accessible  and open platform to submit your ideas and projects.  With an online Community Forum and the ability for users to add events to the calendar, this little charm of a website is unique and exciting.  Focused on open dialogue in our mental health and the benefits of creativity to our wellbeing, this website is a forum, online network, collaborative blog and a publication of featured articles.   Built on a dream to improve opportunities and provide a save place where all individuals have a voice.

~Tackle Stigma Through Creative Sharing~

You may also be interested in Creative Mental Health Training and Recovery Centre:  Online course for  wellness.

Take a look around!

You won’t be disappointed..
.. And if you like what you see create an account and get active!

If you don’t want to be active in the community but you do want to read what is released sign up to the mailing list.


This site has not received any funding.  It has been developed by individuals with a bit of know how and a lot of courage.

In order to pay for essential costs to run this site we sell advert space.  If you want to benefit from running an advert cross Creative Mental Health and help us reach our cost to keep this going visit our self-service system to place your advert.

Thank you :0) …. the team

Creative Mental Health

Call us on 02392160656

Creative Mental Health, Good Mental Health Co-Operative, Cathedral Innovation Centre, St. Thomas Street, Old Portsmouth, PO1 2HB

Creative Mental Health Guide Volume-4 Issue-2
a short story by Adam Hurford

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