...

Time to Talk Day is the nation’s biggest mental health conversation. Happening every year, it’s a day for friends, families, communities, and workplaces to come together to talk, listen and change lives.

On 1 February 2024 make space in your day for a conversation about mental health.

Keep an eye on this page for ideas for how to take part, from organising an event in your local area or hosting a lunch and learn session to sharing information on social media or texting a friend.

Find out more about Time to Talk Day on Mind’s website

 

8 ways to start a conversation about mental health

  1. Tell someone you appreciate what they’ve done for you
  2. Talk about how money worries can impact mental health
  3. Talk to a friend about a celebrity who has spoken openly about mental health
  4. Share something about #TimeToTalkDay on social media
  5. Sometimes writing is easier, check-in with a friend over text
  6. Talking side by side can be easier, try talking while walking or cooking
  7. Listening is just as important as talking, ask someone how they’re feeling
  8. Have a chat over lunch with a friend

 

Support for you on Time to Talk Day

We support anyone of any age who lives in the Bradford District and Craven, every day of the year. 

If you’re not sure where to start, contact our free Guide-Line helpline available everyday from 8am until midnight on 08001 884 884 or via live chat. Our friendly team can offer advice and let you know which services might be right for you.

Support for you

 

If you need urgent help with your mental health our Crisis Support Workers can support you in our Safe Spaces service, call First Response on 0800 952 1181 or Guide-Line on 08001 884 884 and ask to be referred to Safe Spaces.

 

Latest News

View all news
Paul’s story

Paul’s story

Paul tells us about his experience visiting Safe Spaces; a service that offers same-day support […]

Posted on: 13th May 2024

Five Ways to Move for Mental Health at Work

Five Ways to Move for Mental Health at Work

Written by Bryony Rathmell, Workplace Wellbeing and Training Lead Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May […]

Posted on: 9th May 2024

Understanding perinatal mental health with Jayne Croston

Understanding perinatal mental health with Jayne Croston

As part of Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, we spoke to Jayne Croston, Inequality Link […]

Posted on: 2nd May 2024

Mind Your Business

Mind Your Business

Mind Your Business is a monthly networking event for businesses and professionals who are passionate […]

Posted on: 16th April 2024

Join our mailing list

To hear all about Mind in Bradford’s services, events, latest news and how you can get involved in our projects and fundraising activities, please fill in the form below.

 

Your privacy is important to us, we keep your information safe and we will never sell or swap your details for marketing purposes. You can easily unsubscribe from emails at any time using the link at the bottom of the email, or by contacting [email protected] Please see our privacy policy for more details.

Seraphinite AcceleratorOptimized by Seraphinite Accelerator
Turns on site high speed to be attractive for people and search engines.