Mental Health is a priority for our all our communities - that is the message for the forthcoming World Mental Health Day.
The annual day, which takes place on Monday, October 10, aims to highlight the different ways people can help improve their mental health and well-being.
Northamptonshire Mind CEO Sarah Hillier said: “This World Mental Health Day we’re raising awareness of the importance of mental health across our communities".
“We want to make sure people know we are there for them and respect the different ways people talk about their experiences.”
Fundraising and communications lead Nick Tite said: “Here at Northamptonshire Mind, we strive to make mental health and well-being for all a priority and to tackle the mental health stigma."
“That is why the theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day is so important – please do have a look around our website and find out all the different ways you can speak to us and share your thoughts and feelings. We have services to support and help you improve your mental well-being.”
Our staff and volunteers will also be in the Grosvenor Centre in Northampton on the day holding bitesize arts, crafts and poetry events, as well as holding open days at our Corby, Rushden and Wellingborough sites.