World Mental Health Day

You could get involved and show your support for World Mental Health Day by:

  • Challenging stigma and discrimination relating to mental health problems.
  • Reaching out to family, friends, colleagues or strangers, who may be struggling.
  • Making Time to look after your own mental wellbeing.
  • Asking for support, if pressures related to COVID-19, or other issues, are affecting your mental wellbeing.

Mental wellbeing
To find evidence-based resources to help you stay well and feel good, click here, then look under the drop down heading “looking after our mental wellbeing”.

Support services
You can find details of local and national support for people who need immediate help, on the urgent help page.

For details of more general mental health support, click here, then click one of the drop down headings, under the bold heading “information and support”.

Downloadable resources
Below are links to free, downloadable mental health and wellbeing resources. Please take a look and use some of the resources, to inform yourself, or to challenge stigma relating to mental health problems:

Ordering hard copies of local resources 
You can order free, hard copies of resources to promote Make TimeIn Your Corner and Happy? OK? Sad? More details about these campaigns and the promotional materials can be found on the order forms here.

Happy? OK? Sad? bunting and banners, and Make Time and In Your Corner banners are also available on loan. To book the banners or bunting, please email resources@warrington.gov.uk.