Mental Health Minute
This morning, to kick off #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, the #MentalHealthMinute was played on over 400 radio stations in the UK, connecting over 20 million people across the country. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Harry Kane, Anthony Joshua, Dua Lipa, and David Tennant joined forces with incredible volunteers and supporters of our charity partners to spread the important message that no matter how isolated you might be feeling, we’re all connected and you are not alone. So, take this moment to reach out to someone – let them know how you’re feeling, and ask them how they are too. And know that if you want to talk but aren’t sure where to turn, our charity partners are there for you with different services available all day, every day. Visit www.headstogether.org.uk to find out more. RadiocentrePosted by Heads Together on Sunday, 17 May 2020
Mental Health Awareness Week 2020: Mental Health Minute
Heads Together are proud to be a part of Mental Health Awareness Week, and support the incredible work of their charity partners and other individuals and organisations working to change the conversation on mental health.
This morning, they’re kicking it all off with the Mental Health Minute. For the third year running, Heads Together have teamed up with Radiocentre and at 10:59 today – Monday the 18th of May, the Mental Health Minute will play to over 20 million people across every radio station in the UK.
And this year, it’s bigger than ever, with more stations involved than ever before and an incredible group of people lined up to share this important message.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be joined for the one minute message by England captain Harry Kane, singer-songwriter Dua Lipa, two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, and actor David Tennant, as well as inspiring mental health advocates, ambassadors and volunteers from our charity partners have come together to voice this important message.
Don’t miss it! Tune in at 10:59 this morning!
“If you’re struggling, it’s important to talk about it. Or if someone you know is acting differently, it’s OK to ask how they are. Use this moment to send a message.” – The Duchess of Cambridge
Through the Mental Health Minute, Heads Together want to remind everyone that whoever you are and whatever you’re going through, we’re all connected and you are not alone.
It’s important you know that it’s ok to reach out for help if you need it, and their charity partners are there for you.