Making lives better for everyone by ending mental health discrimination in Wales.
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Now, more than ever it’s important we show kindness to one other. Giving and receiving acts of kindness can help to improve mental wellbeing by creating positive feelings.
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Time to Change Wales’ response to COVID-19
We want you to know that we are still here for you in these difficult and unprecedented times. Now, more than ever it’s important we show kindness to one other. Giving and receiving acts of kindness can help to improve mental wellbeing by creating positive feelings.
There are still a number of ways to get involved with the Time to Change Wales campaign - whether that be through virtual pledge signings, virtual anti-stigma talks, virtual Employer workshops, writing a blog, downloading our free resources or showing your support on social media. Face-to-face delivery of our work is being suspended given the current circumstances.
We are inviting people to take part in a survey to find out about experiences of mental health stigma since government restrictions were introduced for the coronavirus pandemic.
Please get in touch to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or ideas you wish to share with us during this time.
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