3rd December 2023, 11:00 - 1:00
Posted: 1st February 2023
Time To Talk Day 2023
It's Time To Talk Day 2023! Time to Talk Day is all about bringing people and communities together to talk about mental health. It’s a chance for all of us to be more open about mental health – to talk, to listen and to change lives. We encourage supporters - ranging from community groups, to workplaces, to schools, other local Minds, amongst others - to have conversations about mental health. Text a friend, chat to a colleague, raise awareness in your community or post something on social media – how you have a conversation isn’t as important as having it.
Below are a list of activity packs that you can click to download and print, to start those all-important conversations:
- conversation starters
- postcards (three versions) - one two three
- tip card
- true or false
If you want to raise awareness and change your social media banners, here are some you can click to download:
How can you get involved?
- Use the resources above to spread the word.
- Attend an activity in your community.
Of course, the most important thing you can do is have a conversation about mental health on Time to Talk Day. This doesn't need to be anything heavy handed - you could text a friend, chat to a colleague, raise awareness in your community or post on social media.