03 Feb

Countdown to Time to Talk Day

Whether you’ve already planned an activity or are still looking for inspiration, there are lots of ways to get your workplace involved. And with our first ever Time to Talk Day virtual festival happening on the day, you can join in a host of activities from home. We know that a small conversation about mental…

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22 Jan

Update from Time to Change – 15 January 2021

Time to Change

As we enter a new year and a new lockdown, now’s a great time to check in with the people around you. We know that these changes can be difficult for those us with mental health problems.  We’re sharing Angela’s blog from the first lockdown, as it’s a great reminder of the power of everyday conversations…

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13 Dec

Time to Change Employers Newsletter – December 2020

Time to Change

Time to Talk Day 2021 On Thursday 4 February 2021 we need your help to get your workplace talking about mental health.  This Time to Talk Day we’re focusing on the power of small – because a small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference.  The coronavirus pandemic means that this Time to Talk…

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07 Dec

An Update from Time to Change – 25 November 2020

Time to Change

We wanted to get in touch with you following our last email announcing the closure of Time to Change on 31 March 2021, as we said that we would keep you up to date with developments.  We know that many of you were distressed to hear the news, and we are very grateful for all…

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29 Nov

Update from Time to Change – 19 November 2020

Time to Change

Today is the start of our latest Ask Twice campaign – aimed at getting more men to check in with their mates and show they care. New research shows that 45% of men say they feel more isolated than ever, despite technology providing opportunities to catch up with friends. And with lockdown restrictions set to…

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13 Nov

Introducing Time to Talk Day 2021

Time to Talk Day 2021 On Thursday 4 February 2021 we need your help to get your workplace talking about mental health.  This Time to Talk Day we’re focusing on the power of small – because a small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference.  The coronavirus pandemic means that…

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27 Oct

An update on the future of Time to Change

Time to Change

It is with great sadness that I have to announce that Time to Change will close on 31 March 2021 when our funding ends. I had hoped to have been able to secure funding for a future phase of our work because we know there’s still so much more to be done – but this has…

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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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16 Feb

Time to Change Employers Newsletter – February 2020

Time to Change

Mental Wellbeing in theRetail Sector Time to Change and the British Retail Consortium (BRC) have come together to provide guidance to retailers on how to develop a holistic mental wellbeing strategy for the workplace. 36% of employees in the retail sector have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, but only 51% of employees in the retail…

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