Mental ill health is an issue which, directly and indirectly, affects many in our society. Yet, people facing these challenges continue to experience serious levels of health inequality, stigmatisation and discrimination.
Change Your Mind’s campaigning work is dedicated to tackling stigma and discrimination around mental health. Our campaigning work focuses on raising awareness of issues relevant to mental ill health.
Some of our campaigns are detailed below.
Time to Talk Day is the nation’s biggest mental health conversation. Happening every year, it’s a day for friends, families, communities, and workplaces to come together to talk, listen and change lives.Learn More
It's a been a long 12 months but, as the weather improves and the days grow longer, we are really excited to introduce our Take a Walk on the Mind Side campaign for this year's Mental Health Awareness Week.Learn More
Change Your Mind is part of a partnership that has created a new virtual wellbeing hub aimed at promoting positive mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.Learn More
Our Inspiration Point campaign provides wellbeing information across Northern Ireland.Learn More
Nature not only inspires us but also supports our mental and emotional wellbeing, reduces anxiety and helps us deal with challenges in life that we all face.Learn More
World Suicide Prevention Day takes place on 10th September every year and this year 'we are working together to prevent suicide.'Learn More
The coronavirus crisis can affect us in many different ways: physically, emotionally, economically, socially, and psychologically. Because the virus is unseen, unknown and seemingly inescapable, it grips us with a sense of dread, driving unhealthy thought patterns and associations.Learn More
Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 18th May until 24th May. The focus this year is kindness.Learn More
World Suicide Prevention Day is taking place on 10th September and World Mental Health Day, which also focuses on suicide prevention this year, is taking place on 10th October.Learn More
Research shows that the LGBT+ community is at a higher risk of experiencing mental health difficulties, including alcohol addiction, substance misuse, depression, self-harm and thoughts of suicide.Learn More
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 13th to 19th May, and this year the theme is Body Image… Change Your Mind is focusing on tackling the stigma around self-esteem.Learn More
World Mental Health Day is celebrated annually on 10th October.Learn More
Change Your Mind is delighted to be working with BBC NI on the Playing Our Part appeal to help end loneliness.Learn More