Time To Talk Day 2021

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It’s #timetotalk day! Even the smallest conversations have the power to make a huge difference. Especially when it comes to mental health and well-being!

Each conversation helps break down the stigmas attached to mental health. As well as this, they help end the isolation felt by so many during this time. It reminds people that they are not alone in their struggles.

The smallest acts of kindness can really have the most amazing impact on someone’s day. Today we are encouraging you all to open up the conversation and get talking about mental health. Drop a text to a friend you have lost touch with, have a chat with a loved one, check up on a colleague or even have a word with yourself! At times like this, open conversations about mental health are so important.

Watch our Community Support Workers Jenae and Vic, counsellor Emily and Community Co-ordinator Leigh Ann celebrate #timetotalk day and #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek on Facebook in the link below

Also catch Vic take part in 17Nineteen’s Digital Picnic Time to Talk Special alongside Sunderland Culture and researcher Katie Mitchell below!