This is a Mental Health Awareness Week with a difference.
Many of us are worried about coronavirus and how it will affect us and those we love.
This is why we are encouraging you to #SpeakYourMind and reach out to someone who needs a friend with a positive message, or share with them your own tips for coping to make sure they don’t have to face this pandemic alone.
That’s why, this Mental Health Awareness Week, mental health charity Mind are encouraging you to speak your mind and share your stories so others can see that they’re not alone in the challenges they’re facing.
#SpeakYourMind and reach out to someone who needs a friend with a positive message, or share with them your own tips for coping to make sure they don’t have to face this pandemic alone. Sharing our stories help others see that they’re not alone in the challenges they’re facing.
Use their social media templates to get started.
Download the Mind templates for your Instagram and Facebook stories and encourage others to join encourage others to do the same using the hashtag:
Join the Mind Tik Tok Challenge and send a message of kindness to someone.
Download and fill in the Mind poster to share a message with others – either to provide some support, or to share how you are coping.
If you are looking for mental health information on coronavirus, see the Mind page on coronavirus and your wellbeing by clicking the button below.
Information and support
Whether you living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is or struggling with the situation we are dealing with at the moment, having access to the right information is vital.
If you’ve just been diagnosed with a mental health problem you might be looking for information on your diagnosis, treatment options and where to go for support. Our information pages will help you learn more.
When you’re living with a mental health problem it’s important that you get the support you need, when you need it. Whatever your situation, having access to information puts you in control.
It can be really worrying when someone you know is going through a difficult time. Our information covers a wide range of mental health conditions, and contain helpful tips on supporting someone.
Here you’ll find information on mental health legislation and how it can affect you.
Living with a mental health problem can often have an impact on day to day life, making things that others might not think about a bit more difficult. We’ve put together these tips and guides to help you cope with everyday things like money, work, university and more.
The mental health system can be complicated and it can be hard to know where to go for support. We have made some guides to help you decide what the best option for you is.