Mental Health Directory
Designed to quickly direct you to relevant support services
We will be hosting 2 lunchtime presentations this Time to Talk Day. This is to encourage and support businesses and organisations to reduce stigma in the workplace.
idea behind Time to Talk Day is that any time is a good time to talk
about mental health – there should be no shame, stigma or
Around 1 in 4 people – that means your family, friends or employees – will experience a mental health problem this year, yet the shame and silence can be worse than the condition itself. It’s time to be more understanding and more open; it’s time to talk.
Your Time to Talk lunchtime programme:
11 June 2018
We are so excited to announce that we have Facebook fundraising and 5 kind donors have already given up their birthday presents to support us!
29 May 2018
Why is there still a stigma attached to mental health? Why are we much better at talking about physical ailments? These are questions that I think about a great deal and when I read about the Time to Change campaign I knew I wanted to be part of it.
14 May 2018
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek 14-20th May. This year the theme is Stress: Are We Coping?