Time to Change Wales’ response to COVID-19

We hope that you and your loved ones are keeping safe during these extremely difficult times. We know that this outbreak will have a significant impact on those already struggling with their mental health and that a ripple effect will be felt for many months to come as a result of this global crisis. We encourage you to reach out to loved ones, connect and offer to support to those who need it. Small acts of kindness will help people to feel connected and that they are not alone.

We want you to know that we are still here for you in these difficult and unprecedented times. Now, more than ever we must remember the importance of supporting one another with mental health. There are still a number of ways to get involved with the Time to Change Wales campaign - whether that be through virtual pledge signingsvirtual anti-stigma talks, virtual Employer workshops, writing a blog, downloading our free resources or showing your support on social media.

Given the current circumstances, we are suspending all face-to-face delivery. We’ll continue to monitor the situation closely and strictly follow government guidelines. As soon as it is safe for us to return to our normal activities, when we do so and our voice will come back stronger than ever.

Thank you for your continued support in tackling mental health stigma in Wales.

Please get in touch to info@timetochangewales.org.uk if you have questions or ideas you wish to share with us during this time.

If you need urgent support please remember we have our support page for help. 

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