26 January 2024

Mental Health Europe unveils new visual identity and website

Mental Health Europe enters 2024 with an exciting announcement: a significant transformation has taken place! This milestone marks the unveiling of a revamped visual identity and the launch of our new website, solidifying our commitment to championing and advancing mental health across Europe.

The cornerstone of this transformative journey is the introduction of our brand-new website, which includes our refreshed visual identity. Designed for seamless accessibility across various devices, this cutting-edge website signifies our unwavering dedication to our vision and mission.

What’s fresh on the scene?

  • Revitalised looks: Our logo and visual representation have been reimagined to reflect our evolving commitment and values.
  • State-of-the-Art Website: Explore our updated website, now adaptable across multiple devices. Experience enhanced accessibility features, ensuring an inclusive and user-friendly interface for all visitors.
  • Engaging Content Hub: Immerse yourself in a treasure trove of valuable content centered around mental health in Europe.

Visit our new website at (www.mentalhealtheurope.org) to find relevant information about mental health. Going forward, we will continue updating our website.

We urge our community to take a moment to explore the revamped site, updating bookmarks and address books with our new website and email addresses. Your unwavering support fuels our passion for advancing mental health awareness, practice, policy and advocacy across Europe. Thank you for being an integral part of our journey.

Please note that our email accounts have also been updated. Kindly update your address book with our new email addresses (e.g., n.surname@mentalhealtheurope.org).

Mental Health Europe stands poised and eager to continue this journey towards a future where everyone’s mental health and well-being flourish across their life course.

Join us in embracing this exciting new chapter!

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