Join the Conversation this Time to Talk Day
Published: 01 March 2023 to 31 December 2098
Time to Talk Day is the nation’s biggest mental health conversation.
The day occurs every February, this year falling on Thursday 2nd, and is led by the charity Mind.
Time to Talk Day is an opportunity for friends, family, community members and colleagues to come together and talk about how you’re feeling.
After all, conversations have the power to change lives. Opening up a conversation about mental health not only helps break down the stigma, but it might come at just the right time for someone you care about.
Everyone has mental health. Some days will be better than others, but what is for certain is that everyone will experience some form of mental health issue in their lives and it’s important that they know that this is normal. That they deserve to feel better when times are tough.
Encouraging open and honest conversations helps to create supportive communities, where we can talk openly about mental health and feel empowered to seek help when we need it.
Let’s come together to create a safe space for people to feel heard and keep the conversation going year-round.
Learn more about Time to Talk Day and how you can get involved this year on the website here: https://timetotalkday.co.uk/
Need mental health support?
To learn more about the mental health support options available in Hull or the East Riding, please visit our webpage here: https://www.humber.nhs.uk/contact/get-support.htm
If you feel like you would benefit from talking to a professional about how you’re feeling, please find the details for the local IAPT services below.
East Riding – Emotional Wellbeing Service
Text TALK to 60163
Call: 01482 335451
Refer Online: https://iaptportal.co.uk/erew.html
Hull – Let’s Talk
Call: 01482 247111
Refer online: https://www.letstalkhull.co.uk/pages/make-a-referral
Please note: if you live further afield, please search online for your local IAPT service or speak to your GP who will be able to advise.
Time to Talk Day is an opportunity for friends, family, community members and colleagues to come together and talk about how you’re feeling...