Mad Millennials (MM) is a non-profit mental health organisation and community which is set up to connect the millennial generation whilst supporting their mental health and well-being. MM holds space for meet ups, events, an online social community, training, signposting and is currently expanding to include peer-to-peer support called the MMM scheme (see next video). MM was co-founded by Charlotte Brockman (26) and Lauren Bamford (25), who met at the University of Liverpool. MM has had support from other charities, local mental health hospitals as well as sponsorship from The National Lottery. There first few events have hosted mental health advocates, authors, therapists as well as alternative practices such as: yoga, mindfulness and art therapy. On a personal level the founders behind Mad Millennials have had their own mental health experiences. Something which Charlotte has written about in ‘The Times’ about panic attacks as well as for OCD Action about ‘pure o’ - a type of ocd.