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Mental Health Awareness Week takes place every year in May. The official theme for the week is set by the Mental Health Foundation. Check back here to find out what the theme will be for 2024 and how to get involved in our campaign.
The official theme for 2022 - as set by the Mental Health Foundation- was ‘loneliness’ and, across the week, we encouraged you to build meaningful connections.
Find out more about Let's Connect
The official theme for 2022 -as set by the Mental Health Foundation - was 'nature'. We invited you to immerse yourself in the ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’, while reconnecting with nature.
Find out more about the 5 Ways to Wellbeing
The official theme for 2023 as set by the Mental Health Foundation was 'anxiety'. Our 'Just' Anxiety? campaign tackled the stigma that anxiety is just merely 'being sensitive'.
Learn more about 'Just' Anxiety?