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Mental Health Awareness week

15th May – 21st May

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As with every year Mental Health Awareness week aims to help people who may not only suffer with mental health struggles but also aims to help people to help and understand others who may be suffering with some form of mental health struggle.

Mental health can come in all different ways; physically, mentally, emotionally and in different forms. 2023 Mental health awareness week is themed around anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most common forms of mental health and it affects around a quarter of the population, with numbers continuously increasing due to uncontrollable issues with day to day life as a whole nation and individual circumstances.

The stigma around mental health is huge world wide and people often feel this is a taboo subject which leads to further unnecessary struggles. The aim around this campaign is to put a stop to this and help people find their voice and help to speak out about mental health/anxiety. It aims to bring communities/society together to help each other and give each other the confidence that is sometimes ok not to be ok.

Mind – 0300 123 3393

Samaritins – 116 123

Please use any of the numbers above for a self referral for help and advise on your mental health