Thursday, 4 February 2016

Time to Talk day,a mental health initiative making a difference

To the mental health campaign Time to change has its Time to talk day

Time to Talk Day

Time to Talk Day - Thursday 4th February 2016

Join us and let’s get the nation talking about mental health to help end the misconceptions around it. 
Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people every year, yet too often people are afraid to talk about 
their experiences because they fear it will affect their jobs or relationships. That’s not right and it’s 
why we need your help to break the silence and end the stigma.

A release from a local mental health charity sets the scene
We’ve got lots of things going on to celebrate the day and raise awareness of 
mental health; from here in Liverpool – where our Head Office is based –   
to London and throughout the UK.
Our staff in London are at ASDA with Sutton Uplift, giving people the opportunity 
to stop by and talk to them about mental health issues;
 our Health and Wellbeing Practitioner, Laura Henry, is representing Imagine 
at a Time to Talk event in Central Station here in Liverpool and the
 Redbridge office are hosting their own event… to name but a few!


To join the conversation on Twitter, keep an eye on our own coverage of the 
day’s events and help to raise awareness of mental health, check out
@ImagineIndep01 and use the hashtag #timetotalk.

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