Mental health problems can affect anyone, at any time. We believe that mental health is everyone’s business.
For one week each May, a campaign is built around a specific theme for Mental Health Awareness Week.
The first Mental Health Awareness Week was in 2001 and since then awareness has been raised around topics like stress, relationships, loneliness, sleep, alcohol and friendship.
Hundreds of schools, businesses and communities come together during Mental Health Awareness Week to start conversations around mental health that can change and even save lives.
This year Mental Health Awareness Week takes place between 13-19 May 2019 and focuses on Body image – how we feel and think about our bodies
From our work with Mental Health trusts and professionals we are aware of all the challenges faced and the great work done on a daily basis by professionals and volunteers across the UK to help with Mental Health Awareness.
We are proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week.