Tag: mental health
Charities including Cruse Bereavement Care and the Samaritans are taking part in activity online on 10 September to highlight World Suicide Prevention Day and the mental health challenges people face.
Social media is among major factors in mental ill-health among young people, who are increasingly turning to online support services for help, says the charity Young Minds.
As digital platforms become part of the fabric of life, charities have a responsibility to be the guardians of children and vulnerable adults online.
Wearble technology is being used to help people suffering from mental illnesses better understand and regulate their emotions.
Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate and Meghan have launched the UK's first free 24/7 text helpline for people in crisis.
A digital agency is offering charities the chance to win digital development expertise towards their mental health and body image projects.
Users of Chasing the Stigma’s Hub of Hope act will be able to link up directly with a Crisis Text Line volunteer for support.
Creative England is offering charities, individuals and organisations the chance to gain technical, funding and marketing support for ideas that help young people’s mental health needs.
Time to Talk Day is organised by the charity Time To change to encourage discussions about mental health.
Partnerships with social media influencers such as Fantasy Football personality FPLGeneral are a focus of online promotional activity for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).