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10 October 2021

A reminder of your local mental health resources this World Mental Health Day

- Town encourage fans to speak up
- Details of local resources in our area
- World Health Day is today, Sunday 10 October

Huddersfield Town wish to remind supporters of our local mental health resources this World Mental Health Day.

It is important that we continue to speak about our mental health, as there is as a chance either you or somebody you know will struggle with mental health related problems at some point during your life.

Unfortunately, due to the stigma attached to suffering with your mental health, it is often difficult to know who you can speak to or where the best place to turn to is. While this has improved in recent years and mental health awareness is on the rise, there are still people who don’t yet feel comfortable enough to ask for help when they most need it.

The most important thing we can do is promote speaking up and speaking out, as that will be our most powerful tool to reduce the often-horrific statistics relating to mental health – remember: it’s okay to talk, and it’s always helpful to make yourself available to listen.

Here are some local organisations to be aware of if you or anybody you know is ever in need of any help:

NHS 111
Phone: 111
@: www.111.NHS.UK/

Single Point Of Access Team
Phone: 01924 316830

IAPT Kirklees (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies)
Phone: 01484 343700

Phone: 116 123

Support To Recovery (S2R)
Phone: 01484 539531

Andy’s Man Club Huddersfield
Online group meets every Monday at 7pm

Andy’s Man Club Leeds
Online group meets every Monday at 7pm

Phone: 0800 585 858

Phone: 0300 123 33393
Text: 86463

Alcoholics Anonymous
Phone: 0800 9177 650

Narcotics Anonymous
Phone: 0300 999 1212

Women’s Centre
Phone: 01484 450866

Ahead of World Mental Health Day, staff from across all departments at Huddersfield Town took part in a Mental Health First Aid course.

Our staff learned how to act as mental health first aiders to identify, understand and help someone who might be experiencing difficulties with their mental health and wellbeing.

The course was a further part of the Club’s work as a Mindful Employer, having signed the Charter for Employers Positive about Mental Health in March 2020.

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