Free mental health campaign resources Local resources Details of free, downloadable resources relating to Warrington's mental health initiatives: Make Time, In Your Corner and Happy? OK? Sad? are outlined below. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, Warrington Health Promotion Resource Centre is currently closed. This means that promotional materials such as posters, leaflets and banners, can't be ordered, or booked out on loan at this time. Make Time and the Five Ways to Wellbeing 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. Make Time asks us to think about and act on the questions below: When was the last time you laughed until you cried? When was the last time you got up and out? When was the last time you noticed things around you? When was the last time you tried something new? When was the last time you made someone smile? Make Time resourcesYou can download the following Make Time resources: Make Time prompt sheet (PDF) This is a full colour, double-sided A4 resource, which encourages people to think about what they do now to feel good about themselves, and what else they might do. It can be used in 1-1s or people can fill it in themselves. The Make Time prompt sheet, is clear, colourful and explains the Make Time campaign without using jargon. Make Time 5 image sheet (PDF) This is a full colour, single-sided A4 resource, with text explaining each of the Make Time questions. The sheet also includes an image for each question. Make Time word searchesThere are three Make Time word searches, each encourages people to focus on one of the Make Time questions. The Connections and Activity word searches include an explanation of Make Time, while the Take Notice word search has information about mindfulness and how it can help improve mental wellbeing. You can download the word searches and their answers, from the links below: Make Time connections word search (PDF)Answers to connections word search (PDF)Make Time activity word search (PDF)Answers to activity word search (PDF) Make Time take notice word search (PDF)Answers to take notice word search (PDF) Social media postsIf you'd like to promote the Make Time campaign on social media, you can download suggested wording for online posts (as a Word document) here. In Your Corner – local mental health resources for men & young people The campaignThe aim of Warrington's In Your Corner campaign is to encourage men and young people, to look out for their mates; and to be more supportive of people experiencing mental health problems. You can read more about the local In Your Corner campaign here. Social media postsIf you'd like to promote the In Your Corner campaign on social media, you can download suggested wording for online posts (as a Word document), here. Happy? OK? Sad? If you'd like to promote the Happy? OK? Sad? site on social media, you can download suggested wording for online posts (as a Word document), here. National resources 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. Time to Change Time to Change is a social movement which encourages us all to talk more openly about mental health. The aim of the movement is to change negative attitudes and behaviours towards people experiencing mental health problems. The Time to Change site has ideas and campaign resources to help people get involved. Many of the resources are free to download. We are Undefeatable This campaign aims to encourage people with long term health conditions to be more physically active. You can order free campaign resources from Public Health England’s (PHE) Campaign Resource Centre. The materials include hard copies and downloadable electronic resources. A number of the resources focus on the benefits of physical activity for someone experiencing depression and anxiety. The campaign was developed by Sport England along with 15 health and social care charities. Urgent help If you can’t cope and need support for your mental health right now, then click I need urgent help.