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awareness days and events calendar

Join us in our efforts to support people with mental illnesses and poor mental health by taking part in various mental health awareness days and events throughout the year. By participating, we can come together to fight for a future where no one needs to face mental illness alone.

Check our page regularly to discover ways to get involved and make a change.

If you have any ideas on how you can get involved, contact our team.

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Time to Talk Day

On February 1st we celebrate open conversation and listening. Let's talk about mental health without taboo.
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Children’s Mental Health Week

From February 5th to February 11th, we are raising awareness for the mental health challenges faced by children and young people.
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Helplines Awareness Day

On the 23rd of February, we come together to recognise and appreciate the invaluable support provided by helplines across the United Kingdom.
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Eating Disorders Awareness Week

From February 26th to March 3rd we promote awareness, education and understanding of eating disorders
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University Mental Health Day

On 14th March we unite to raise awareness and promote a supportive environment for mental health within university communities.
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World Bipolar Day

March 30th marks a global effort to raise awareness and support for those with bipolar disorder, promoting understanding and acceptance
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Stress Awareness Month

April marks the transformative impact of consistent, small positive actions on reducing stress and improving overall wellbeing.
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World Health Day

Every year on 7th April, we promote awareness and action on pressing health issues around the world.
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Mental Health Awareness Week

From 13th to 19th May 2024 we take the opportunity to think about our mental health and how we can best take care of it
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Volunteer Week

From the 3rd June to 9th June 2024, we take the opportunity to highlight the great work of volunteers within the community.
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