Make time to talk about mental health
Mental health problems affect one in four people, but we are still afraid to talk about it. Each February Time to Change run the ‘Time to Talk Day’ campaign. Encouraging everyone to make time to talk about mental health. Since 2018, we’ve helped Time to Change Wales deliver the graphic design for the bilingual campaign.Find out more about Time to Change Wales 👉
Time to Change (England) creates the campaign artwork, which is used across the UK. It’s then over to us to convert the designs into Welsh. This graphic design work includes temporary tattoos, bunting, social media animations and more. The design packs are then sent out across Wales to organisations and TTCW Champions.
In 2019, the focus was on bringing together the right ingredients to have a chat about mental health. Whether that’s tea, biscuits or a four-legged companion. Bringing together close friends or a few workmates to challenge mental health stigma.
In 2018, the campaign focus was that anywhere can be the right place to talk about mental health. Whether you’re in the workplace, at home or even on top of a mountain! We shouldn’t be afraid to have these honest and open conversations. This is essential to help break down the stigma around mental health.
Time to Talk Day a brilliant day for communities, workplaces, schools, or anyone to come together and have a chat. If you’d like to get involved in future a Time to Talk Day, head to Time to Change Wales’ website to download resources and find out more.
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There’s a rustle in the Welsh woods that has been whispered about for generations. They believe it to be Blue. They say it’s not sasquatch, but Stag. All that’s been spotted is the odd antler in the overgrowth or hoofprint on the forest floor.
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