Playing our Part to end loneliness and isolation with BBC NI

Change Your Mind is delighted to be working with BBC NI for the next three years on the Playing Our Part appeal to help end loneliness.

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Loneliness is a key contributory factor to experiencing poor mental health. Over the next three years, we will be working collaboratively with our partners to support communities and individuals who are lonely and who are at risk of poor mental health. 

Speaking at the launch, CEO of Inspire Group, Prof. Peter McBride “We are delighted to have been selected by BBC NI to be their partner in this Christmas campaign. Inspire’s vision is Wellbeing for all, and campaigns such as this are vital is raising awareness and encouraging people to seek help and to help each other. Change Your Mind, as our mental health anti stigma campaign, works with individuals and agencies to stamp out stigma. The first step in this is starting that conversation and connecting with others. Each one of us has a part to play  and each one of us really can make a difference.”

   

 

Change Your Mind would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to all of our partners in this campaign:

Comic Relief
Lady and St.Patrick's College, Knock
Ashfield Boys' School
PHA
George Best Belfast City Airport
TAMHI (Tackling Awareness of Mental Health Issues)
Age NI
Libraries NI

 

For more information on the appeal, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/niappeals

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