Get involved

Nine in ten people with a mental health problem experience stigma and discrimination. We think this is unfair.

There are lots of things you can do to help us spread the word about Time to Change, to get people talking about mental health, and support friends, family or colleagues.

Join our many followers who have pledged to end mental health discrimination

Find out more about our first Time to Talk Day, which took place on 6th Feb 2014.

Apply to volunteer at your local event.

Hundreds of organisations have already got involved in Time to Change.

Keep up to date with all our news, information and events via email.

Send a message to a friend and let them know you're thinking about them. It only takes a minute with our great ecards.

Join in the campaign by visiting our facebook page.

The Champions network offers opportunities for people who want to increase their skills and be involved in our work.

There are loads of ways to get involved with our campaign as a volunteer.

You don't need to be an expert on mental health to talk about it. It's often the everyday things that make a difference.

We promote events across England that encourage people to talk about mental health.

We fund projects that create opportunities for people with mental health problems to share their experiences with the public in informal one-to-one conversations.

Share our graphics on social media, publish our ‘we’re supporting’ logo on your website or in printed materials.

Get involved in the conversation and start tweeting for Time to Change!

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Keep up to date with all our news, information and events via email.

Media centre

Guidelines and contacts for all those who work in the media.

Resources

Download leaflets, posters, reports and our free magazine.

Need support?

If you need urgent support there are many places to go for help.