Time to Talk Day is the nation’s biggest mental health conversation aiming to get everyone talking about mental health. Taking place on Thursday 3 February 2022, it’s a day when families, friends, and communities come together to talk, listen, and make a difference.
Due to the pandemic, more people are struggling with their mental health than ever before, which is why talking about mental health is even more important. You could make a big difference to someone’s life just by starting a conversation about mental health.
Time to Talk Day is about having conversations about mental health because:
Learn about ‘mental health and wellbeing’. Our customers can find out about mental health and wellbeing through a series of short online learning activities. This includes:
If you’re interested and want free access to the online learning, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
However you do it, have a conversation about mental health with your family or friends on Thursday 3 February.
If you are worried about your own or someone else’s mental health, ask for help. For more information on organisations specialising in providing mental health support, please click here. You can also email our wellbeing coordinator at email@example.com for help accessing local support groups.
We have also launched a range of projects that offer employment support, digital training and wellbeing. For more information about the projects in your area, please visit our community projects page.