From 21st September to 27th September, we are sharing information and guidance from Barnardos, looking at Children and Young People. Their advice focusing on how children and young people can be kinder to themselves and focus on things they enjoy as the Covid-19 emergency has presented a challenge like no other in our history.
We are delighted to showcase the new bi-lingual information we have made accessible for those whom English is not their first language.
From 14th September to 20th September, we are sharing information and guidance from the Action Mental Health on How to Support Someone with Eating Disorders.
Northern Ireland’s Mental Health Champion encourages public to ‘Connect ’ for World Suicide Prevention Day.
Today (Monday 7th September), marks the launch of a regional mental health and emotional wellbeing campaign - ‘Working Together To Promote Mental Wellbeing”.
From 31st August to 6th September, we are sharing information and guidance from MindWise on money and mental health. MindWise are focusing on advice surrounding budgeting, seeking help and knowing who is here to help.
From 17th to 23rd August, we are sharing information and guidance from Cruse on grief and bereavement throughout Covid-19. Cruse Bereavement Care has been helping bereaved people for 60 years. Cruse offers telephone, email and website support meaning all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies.
With 2020 designated the summer of the staycation, MyNI Life a government digital marketing service, is sharing messages and content on behalf of the Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and other trusted providers in a new campaign called #GetIntoNature.
From 17th to 23rd August, we are sharing information and guidance from Rural Support on Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice for Farmers and Farming Families including money management and support services.
From 10th to 16th August, we are sharing information and guidance from Change Your Mind on Challenging Stigma. Change Your Mind is Northern Ireland’s regional campaign to tackle stigma and discrimination around mental health. They are a grassroots campaign shaped by the collaboration of communities, organisations and individuals who are championing the message against mental health stigma across society.
StopCOVID NI is a free health service app for your mobile phone. It will help us to protect each other and slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
In today’s world people who are more active, feel valued, have a network of friends and are happy to participate in meaningful activities. Getting involved in volunteering can offer these benefits and more.
This is the time of year when Pride celebrations are taking place so The Rainbow Project are focusing on LGBT+ Wellbeing this week. This week’s messages include, advice on maintaining connections, being safe at home and offer help and support.
From 27th July to 2nd August, we are sharing information and guidance from Spring Social Prescribing on the topic of Your Health and Wellbeing. Spring Social Prescribing are sharing tips and advice on maintaining connections, exercise, support and being kind to yourself and others.
From 20th to 26th July, we are sharing information and guidance from Relate NI on the topic of Relationships. Healthy relationships have never been more important than right now. Relate NI share tips and advice on how to reduce the impact Covid has on you and your family.
From 13th to 19th July, we are sharing information and guidance from MindWise for people Living with Mental Ill-Health. Seaneen, MindWise Communications Manager, shares 5 tips for coping with the Covid-19 restrictions when you’re living with a mental health condition.
From 6th to 12th July we are sharing information and guidance from Action Mental Health on the topic of 'Parenting: Self-Help & Self-Care', sharing tips and advice for parents and carers on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during this time with additional stresses in life.
From 29th to 5th July we are sharing information and guidance from Aware on the topic of 'Looking After Your Mental Health', helping people recognise signs and symptoms of poor mental health and self-seeking advice.
Seaneen, Mindwise Communications Manager, shares 5 tips for coping with the Covid-19 restrictions when you’re living with a mental health condition.
From 22nd to 28th June we are sharing information and guidance from Addiction NI on the topic of 'Alcohol and Your Wellbeing', looking at alcohol and sleep, how it affects children and emotions.
A new virtual wellbeing hub to promote positive mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic has been launched. The Department for Communities and the Department of Health have partnered with 15 leading mental and wellbeing health charities and the Healthy Living Centre Alliance representing 28 local Healthy Living Centres to focus on promoting mental health and wellbeing during and after the Covid-19 emergency.