Narrated by Amanda, South East Champion.

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Try again: while Time to Change does create adverts for radio, TV and printed media, an important part of the campaign is its work with Champions in communities across England

Correct: Champions can do some of the most important work to break down stigma in their local communities and networks

Try again: Time to Change is a national campaign and works across England

Try again: Work within communities is one of the most important parts of the Time to Change campaign

Try again: we’ve found that there is a more effective way to break down stigma using social contact

Try again: it makes more of an impact if the other person doesn’t have their own lived experience of mental health problems and Champions are likely to already believe in avoiding mental health stigma and discrimination

Correct: this is the method that we’ve found is most effective for social contact

Try again: for social contact you’ll need to let the other person know you have a mental health problem. If you aren’t comfortable with this at the moment, why not try one of the other methods of being a Champion in your everyday life?

Try again: it’s important to think about how things might change between you if you tell someone that you have experienced a mental health problem, but there are other things you might need to think about..

Try again: it’s really important for you to have a think about how far you want to go in telling people what your experience of mental health problems has been, but there are other things you might need to think about..

Try again: it’s important to think about who you are telling and whether it feels right, given how you think they may react, but there are other things you might need to think about..

Correct: all of these things are important to think about when you’re deciding whether or not to let anyone know about your experience of mental health problems

Correct: this is a good technique as it will allow you to challenge people without speaking about your personal experience

Try again: you don’t have to do anything you aren’t comfortable with as there are lots of ways that you can challenge mental health stigma without using your own experience as an example

Try again: your Equalities and Regional Coordinator can support you to volunteer and provide training. They aren’t able to approach people who have stigmatised ideas on your behalf

Try again: the Mind Infoline can provide information about mental health. The advisors aren’t able to approach people who have stigmatised ideas on your behalf

Try again: this is a great thing to do to get the message about Time to Change out, but there are also other things you could do..

Try again: this is a great thing to do to get the message about Time to Change out, but there are also other things you could do..

Try again: this is a great thing to do to get the message about Time to Change out (if you have permission!), but there are also other things you could do..

Correct: anything that gets Time to Change and mental health into people’s everyday lives will help to normalise mental health