The Laura Hyde Foundation
The Laura Hyde Foundation are the UK’s leading charity dedicated to providing mental health support for our emergency services. Roles covered include nurses, Doctors, GP’s, paramedics, midwives, HCA’s, fire, police and care workers.
Setup in 2018 following the suicide of nurse Laura Hyde, the charity has grown to a truly national level charity with representation in over 98% of hospitals across the UK.
This support has covered three core areas:
- Providing over 100 hours to a specific location of mental health practitioner level support via our own free independent support service hub
- Provided free clinical consultancy to wellbeing leads and senior management within NHS hospitals
- Provide funding in accordance with the Laura Hyde Foundation’s grant making policy to a location to promote and improve wellbeing.
We are trusted by our audience to deliver the right support and communications when others may not. Examples include national campaigns such as ‘Start the Conversation’, 'This is an Emergency' and ‘No Mask for Mental Health’ all of which have been extremely successful, reaching an international audience of over 6.2 million people.
We care for those who care about us.
Find out more by visiting laurahydefoundation.org