Become a Champion

Be at the forefront of our movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination.

Become a Time to Change Wales Champion

Time to Change Wales Champions are volunteers with experience of mental health problems who are at the heart of our campaign, challenging stigma in their own communities, campaigning in the media and sharing their stories.

Our Champions:

  • Receive training and support to share your story;
  • Share their story with employers, community groups, schools, universities and youth groups;
  • Help out at events and get involved with community projects;
  • Write blogs for our website;
  • Play a part in our upcoming social media campaigns and help shape what we do next;
  • Are 18 and above;

Some Champions also volunteer at our offices, contribute to press and media stories or help the campaign online.

If you’ve got other ideas or ways you’d like to help with our campaign, we’d love to hear them.

Next Champions Training 

Our next Champions training will be taking place in person at our Cardiff office on:

Tuesday 3 September 2024, 10am-3.30pm in person.

Please get in touch with for more information. 

Click here to find out more

Online Champion Training for Employers

We are pleased to announce that we are offering virtual Employee Champion Training via Zoom for Pledged Organisations.

These training sessions will involve:

●      Either a 2 hour session or two 1 hour session over consecutive days

●      Fully interactive sessions including a quiz via Kahoot

●      Small 'breakout groups' to allow for discussion

If you are interested in booking a training, or to find out more please email

Find out more from our Champions here!

Mental Health & Stigma

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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What is Stigma?

What is Stigma?

These key facts about mental health can help to challenge the myths that contribute to the stigma that many people face.

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Talk about Mental Health

Talk about Mental Health

1 in 4 of us will be affected by mental health in our lives, so it's important to be able to talk about it.

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