Time to Talk Day takes place on the first Thursday of February every year.

On Time to Talk Day we ask everyone in Wales to have a conversation about mental health. Time to Talk Day 2019 is taking place on Thursday 6 February 2020

Mental health problems are more common than most people realise - affecting one in four of us. Yet people are still afraid to talk about mental health, making some people feel ashamed or isolated. We are delighted to be officially partnering with our friends Time to Change in EnglandSee Me in Scotland and Change Your Mind in Northern Ireland for Time to Talk Day, to help get the nation talking.

We know that talking about mental health can feel awkward, but it doesn't have to. This year, we're using the popular game 'Would you rather?' to help break the ice and get the conversation flowing. #timetotalk

It's a great day for communities, workplaces, schools, or anyone to get together and have a chat. If you're planning on getting involved we have lots of bilingual resources you can download and use including a Communications Pack for organisations which has everything you need to get started - from activity ideas to suggested tweets. 

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Time to Talk Day resources

How can you get involved?

Time to Talk Day 2020 Resources

Time to Talk Day 2020 Resources

Download resources to help you make a conversation on Time to Talk Day 2020.

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Mental health conditions

Mental health conditions

You can help us create a society where mental health problems are not hidden in shame and secrecy.

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