Mental Health Awareness Week
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 will take place from Monday 13 to Sunday 19 May 2019. The theme for 2019 is Body Image – how we see ourselves and how that makes us feel.
What we did for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018
This year for Mental Health Awareness Week (14-20 May), we focused on stress. Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetimes, and stress is a key factor in this.
By tackling stress, we can go a long way to tackle mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, and, in some instances, self-harm and suicide. We looked at how we can tackle stress and help improve our mental health.
Stress: are we coping?14 May 2018
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 we are focusing on stress. Our new report digs deep into some statistics surrounding stress and offers recommendations of how we can make the UK a less stressed nation.
Animation | Stress: are we coping?
Our animation explores stress - what it is, how we're coping and how we can do better.
How to manage and reduce stress
Read or order printed copies of our pocket guide which has helpful information on stress and how to manage and reduce it, including our top tips.
What can you do for Mental Health Awareness Week?
This year we're encouraging people to run a Curry & Chaat event for Mental Health Awareness Week. Curry & Chaat is our new fundraising campaign. The aim is simple: get together with friends, enjoy a delicious curry and raise money for the Mental Health Foundation and our vision of a world with good mental health for all.
Curry & Chaat
Curry & Chaat is our exciting new national fundraising event and we would love for you to take part! Cook a curry, chat to friends and fundraise.
Great ideas to help you get involved and raise awareness of mental health across Mental Health Awareness Week 14-20 May 2018.