Time to Change is sadly closing on 31 March 2021.
Although we’re closing, we know there is still more to do to end mental health stigma and discrimination and we are keen to keep the momentum going.
You’ll find plenty of opportunities to get involved and keep campaigning around important mental health issues through our charity partners, Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. Find out more about these opportunities below.
Lived experience involvement
Mind’s new Lived Experience Unit is being created to bring together opportunities for lived experience leadership and ensure the needs of people with mental health problems are at the heart of Mind's work.
They are keen that the learning, leadership and energy that has gone into making Time to Change such a success can live on after our national programme ends. They are thinking about how to make this a reality and are keen that Champions and supporters with lived experience can join Mind on this journey.
We will update this webpage with the opportunity to sign up to hear more, so you can stay part of our community of Champions and help keep the momentum going.
Become a Mind campaigner
Join thousands of campaigners to stand up and speak out on the real issues that affect people with mental health problems every day. You'll be supported to take action – from lobbying politicians, sharing information about Mind campaigns and building pressure for change in your local area. You’ll have opportunities to share your views on responses to government proposals and feed into Mind's policy work.
Become a Rethink Mental Illness campaigner
Do you want to create change alongside thousands of others? Sign up to become a Rethink Mental Illness campaigner today and help them change the lives of people severely affected by mental illness. You’ll receive campaign updates and opportunities to take action – this might include signing a petition, emailing your MP or sharing your experiences. Watch their Campaign with us video to find out more!
Six weeks of mindful activities from Mind
Sign up for easy and enjoyable activities to boost your wellbeing and brighten your day, sent straight to your inbox for free.
Follow the work of our partner charities
Mind and Rethink Mental Illness are committed to continuing the fight to end stigma and discrimination. You can follow their work via social media: