Time to Talk Day takes place on Thursday 2nd February, and we need your help to get the nation talking about mental health.
One in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year.
We want everyone to feel comfortable talking about mental health – whenever they like. Talking about mental health reduces stigma, helping to create supportive communities where we can talk openly about mental health and feel empowered to seek help when we need it.
That’s why opening up the conversation about mental health problems is so important – by talking about it we can support ourselves and others.
However you do it, have a conversation about mental health.
Creating an open and understanding community allows those of us with mental health problems to feel seen and heard. It doesn’t take much to show someone you’re there and willing to listen. Here are just a few ways, but however you do it, start your conversation on Time to Talk Day.Learn More
Sports clubs have the power to make some noise about Time to Talk Day and spread the message that talking and listening about mental health can change lives. Whether it’s in the stands, at the club house or in the changing rooms, here are some ideas to spark conversations about mental health.Learn More
Time to Talk Day is all about opening up the conversation about mental health. Whether it’s one-to-one or with a large group, there are countless ways we can get talking within the workplace.Learn More
Time to Talk Day is the perfect opportunity to get as many young people talking about mental health as possible. Schools, colleges, universities, and youth groups are the ideal place to open up conversations and share the importance of listening. Here are some ideas to get you started.Learn More