Mental Health Awareness Week 2020: Resources for Mental Health

May 18th, 2020

For Mental Health Awareness week (18 – 24 May 2020) we have rounded up some of our favourite resources for mental health:

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is a UK charity. Their major campaign work is focused around the annual Mental Health Awareness Week. They also run Men’s Mental Health Month in November and the Green Ribbon campaign.

ACAS

ACAS has a section on its website dedicated to supporting mental health in the workplace. This advice covers the law, rights, advice, training and support. There are a number of blog posts aimed at employers, line managers and individuals wanting to look after their own mental wellbeing:

Mind

Mind is a UK charity and has comprehensive information and support on mental health. We like this article:

Time to Change

Mind, along with Rethink Mental Illness, is a partner in Time to Change, “England’s most ambitious campaign to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people who experience mental health problems”.

Check out Time to Change’s resources for the workplace, including an employers’ pledge, Time to Change Champions scheme, and support for employees and employers.

NHS

The NHS and Public Health England website Every Mind Matters has useful resources for mental health, including an interactive quiz to get tips and advice:

 

 

 

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