27 Feb

Time to Change – See the Bigger Picture

See the Bigger Picture Attitudes towards mental health problems are improving, but common misconceptions are leaving some conditions behind, adding to the stigma and stereotypes. We want everyone to See the Bigger Picture and change how they view all mental health problems. You can help us do this by watching and sharing our new video,…

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27 Feb

How can we improve Time to Talk Day?

Thank you for helping make this Time to Talk Day our best yet! With your help, thousands of people across the country chose to talk about mental health – breaking down barriers, busting myths and changing lives. Your involvement is key in making Time to Talk Day a success. That’s why aa on the day…

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28 Jan

Chilli Shout Out: Art Materials shop @ Ouseburn – Survey

There’s something exciting brewing…. Please help us with a little market research! Art Materials Shop – Ouseburn Chilli Studios, a charity that creatively improves mental well being, are looking at opening an Art Materials shop in the Ouseburn area. We would greatly appreciate it if you could complete this short survey Questionnaire CLICK HERE! Jo…

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05 Apr

Improving the physical health of people with a severe and enduring mental illness – survey

The North East and Cumbria Sustainability Transformation Programme (STP) Mental Health Programme Steering Group has established a working group to look at improving the physical health of people with a severe and enduring mental illness through hearing the experiences and journeys of patients and carers. They want to gather feedback from mental health service users and their carers in…

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04 May

North Tyneside Mental Health Action Week – commencing 14 May 2018

In May 2018, North Tyneside hosted an alternative to Mental Health Awareness Week, Mental Health Action Week. We say awareness raising isn’t enough, people’s lives are getting harder and action is needed. Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the survey designed to identify the key issues negatively impacting on their mental…

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20 May

National Attitudes to Mental Illness Survey

Time to Change

The latest National Attitudes to Mental Illness Survey, released today, shows that since Time to Change began around 4.1 million people have improved attitudes towards those of us with mental health problems. More people than ever also say that they would be happy to live with, work with or continue a relationship with someone with a mental health…

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