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Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May)

15/05/2020

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May) and the theme is ‘Kindness’.  The Mental Heath Foundation would love to hear how you’ve been kind to others and others have been kind to you (please see below).  

For employers – please see links to the Time to Change website 

Employer Pledge                      Support for Employers                   

Activities for your Workplace (e.g. zoom pub quiz?)

They're asking people to follow them on social media and share ways in which you've been kind or how someone has made you feel good by being kind to you.

It could be something as simple as making a cup of tea for someone at home, or receiving a call from a family member or friend to see how you are.

Local Links

Five Ways to Wellbeing can help you with the skills to be happier, healthier and better able to cope in everyday life.

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Trust 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line: 01925 275 309 for St Helens, Halton, Knowsley and Warrington

#youarenotalone        #OK2ASK                      #kindtoyourmind 

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