Support the mental health of your family and friends. Support yourself.
Why Minds Together
Do you support someone that feels worried, stressed or sad? They may have experienced trauma at work or in their life. They may have a history of mental illness or are showing symptoms for the first time. They may have had thoughts of suicide or attempted suicide.
Supporting family and friends who feel like this can affect your own energy, time, finances and emotions. You may feel overwhelmed, worried or unsure of what you should say to your family member or friend. These feelings may have increased during recent events like COVID-19, natural disasters or due to financial stress.Learn more
Minds Together is an Everymind program
Everymind is a leading institute dedicated to the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide. We have been delivering successful mental health and suicide prevention programs for 30 years.
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