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Welsh Government has awarded Time to Change Wales a one-year extension to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in WalesTime to Change Wales’ statement following funding announcement in England

The Minister for Mental Health, Wellbeing and the Welsh Language has agreed funding a 12-month extension to Phase 3 of Time to Change Wales. Welsh Government has awarded a total of £445,996 to Time to Change Wales for the continuation of core activity with a focus on better reaching socio-economically deprived communities and identifying the needs of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities in Wales with detailed audience insight, developing partnerships and testing pilot activity. 

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The tireless efforts across workplaces, communities and services has contributed significantly to positive change within society in Wales.

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Personal stories

By sharing our experiences, together we can end the stigma


#WSPD Rosie, Jess and Mark's story

We shared some very brave stories from our Champions who spoke out to remove the stigma around seeking help if you have suicidal thoughts

20th September 2021, 11.00am | Written by: Tirion

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#WSPD Joe's story

Joe writes about the impact of the pandemic on his mental health. He shares some powerful lyrics about the hope that his one year old son brings him.

8th September 2021, 2.45pm | Written by: Joe

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#WSPD Louisa's story

Louisa shares her experience of being admitted to an adult acute psychiatric ward. She calls for you to reach out if you are in crisis, saying “there are always, always people out there who will listen".

8th September 2021, 2.30pm | Written by: Louisa

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Talking Is A Lifeline

It's time we asked the question for men's mental health. It's time to change Wales. #TalkingIsALifeline

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