Time to Talk Day is nearly here...

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Issue 04 - 6 February 2019

Time to Talk Day is nearly here....

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We're celebrating Time to Talk Day in Coventry and Warwickshire this Thursday 7 February and are encouraging everyone to join the conversation about mental health. 

Time to Talk Day is run by Time to Change to help spread the word that there are lots of different ways to have a conversation about mental health. And you don’t have to be an expert to talk.

Read about why we are supporting the campaign here....and below for more tips and reasons why to get involved...

Karen Parkinson

Here's why

We think Karen’s blog, 'Mental Health and Me', explains the reasons why we should all support Time to Talk Day this year. Karen has overcome her own struggles with mental health and understands why it is so important for people to break down the stigma and start a conversation.....as she says, it can save lives.

Mind Bus

Here's how

All kinds of things are going on for Time to Talk Day in our area.

On Thursday 7 February, between 11am and 3pm, you can visit the Coventry and Warwickshire Mind’s campaign bus which will be stationed in Broadgate, in Coventry city centre. 

Keep an eye out for news of more goings on near you.

Lets do this together

Let us know!

If you take part in any activity, don’t forget to let us know.

Drop us a line at info@cwstp.uk, or get involved in social media by tweeting us @YearofW.

Don't forget to use the hashtag #letsdothistogethercw




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The Year of Wellbeing is organised by the Coventry and Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Boards which include representation from all of the NHS organisations in our area, together with Healthwatch, local councils, the police and the fire service. The aim of the year is to share resources to support stronger, healthier communities, and to promote the important of taking action to improve health and wellbeing.  

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