Free mental health campaign resources

Details of free materials relating to Warrington's mental health initiatives: Happy? OK? Sad?, In Your Corner and Make Time are outlined below.

You can order or book any of these resources from Warrington Health Promotion Resource Centre. Before you can place an order you will need to sign up as a member of the Resource Centre. To do this click the "log in/register" link, which is on the top right of the Resource Centre's homepage.


Happy? OK? Sad? Localresource

Materials to signpost people to this site include free posters, flyers and bookmarks. Happy? OK? Sad? pull up banners and bunting are also available, on loan, from the Resource Centre.


In Your Corner Localresource

This is Warrington’s mental health campaign for men and young people. You can read more about the campaign here. Free local In Your Corner posters, leaflets and flyers are available from the Resource Centre. You can also book out the In Your Corner pull up banner and the campaign stool on loan.


Make Time Localresource

The local mental wellbeing campaign Make Time is based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing. These are simple, everyday actions that can help us to feel good about ourselves. Make Time encourages us to think about what we currently do, that makes us feel good; and how we might fit more of the Five Ways to Wellbeing into our daily lives.

The Make Time materials which can be ordered include bookmarks, and hard copies of the Make Time Prompt Sheet (PDF) and Make Time 5 Image Sheet (PDF). Pull up banners promoting the campaign are also available on loan, from the Resource Centre.

Please note: the Happy? OK? Sad?, In Your Corner and Make Time materials which Warrington Health Promotion Resource Centre provides, are only for use within Warrington.

Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters, is a national mental health campaign, which complements Warrington's mental health initiatives Happy? OK? Sad?, In Your Corner and Make Time.

You can order free resources for the Every Mind Matters campaign through Public Health England’s (PHE) Campaign Resource Centre. You’ll need to sign-up and note your interest in “mental health” when you register. The materials include hard copies of resources and downloadable electronic resources.


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