We want everyone to be able to talk openly about their mental health, just like they do their physical health. And we won’t stop until everyone with a mental health problem is treated fairly, positively and with respect.
That’s why our campaigns focus on getting people talking about mental health-related issues – and tackling stigma.
We take every opportunity we can to get our message across.
If you would like to help us bust the myths, challenge the negative stereotypes and start some positive conversations, we’d love to hear from you.
We are currently running two county-wide campaigns, one focusing on Suicide Prevention and the other to promote stress management skills among young people:
We want individuals and communities to help stop suicides by being alert to the warning signs, asking directly about suicide and helping those who are feeling suicidal to stay safe. That’s what our award-winning, suicide prevention campaign ‘
STOP Suicide’ is all about.
Our county-wide, pilot campaign is all about empowering students (aged 12–18) to find positive ways of coping with school/college and exam stress.
Mental Health Campaigns Officer