#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
Together with Champions, Employers and partners, Time to Change Wales has made significant strides over the last 3 years. Read more about the impact we have made between 2018-2021.
Earlier this month, we marked World Suicide Prevention Day 2021, which happens on the 10th September every year, in order to provide worldwide commitment and action to prevent suicides. We shared some very brave stories from our Champions who spoke out to remove the stigma around seeking help if you have suicidal thoughts.
Rosie shares her story of being stigmatised after reaching out for help when in crisis
Mark speaks out about the stigma around men’s mental health, calling for a need for a culture change around help seeking.
Jess shares her experience of when she reached out for help in crisis, and offers some advice for how not to stigmatise someone who is feeling suicidal.
This World Mental Health Day 2021, we hear from a team lead at our partner organisation EYST Wales.Find out more
Sunday October 10th 2021 is World Mental Health Day. This year's theme, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is 'Mental Health in an Unequal World'. Read Maheiddine's storyFind out more