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10 October 2023

Club News


10 October 2023

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

- Town encourage fans to speak up
- World Mental Health Day is today, Tuesday 10 October 2023
- Full list of local Mental Health Resources available below

Today, Tuesday 10 October 2023, is World Mental Health Day!

Like every day should be, World Mental Health Day is a day to talk about mental health and show everyone that mental health matters. It’s also a day to let people know that it’s okay to ask for help, no matter what you’re going through.

As the theme of World Mental Health Day highlights, mental health is a universal human right.

Talking is good for your mental health. And talking about mental health is important. But starting a conversation isn’t always easy, whether you’d like to talk to someone about how you’re feeling, or check-in with someone you care about.

As part of our Terriers Together work, health, mental health and wellbeing are of the utmost importance to the Club.

We’ve created a comprehensive directory of health, mental health and wellbeing support, links and other resources that can steer you in the right direction if you need help, or you’d like to get help for someone you know. Click HERE to access that now.

Alternatively, the NHS provide a 24-hour mental health support help line. The purpose of the helpline is to ensure callers can access confidential support, advice, and information in relation to any concerns about their own mental health, or if they are worried about a family member or other close friend/relative.

Click HERE for more information on the NHS helpline.

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