There are lots of actions you can take to change attitudes in your local area. These include forming a Champions Group or a Hub in your city or region. The information and resources should help you get started.
Working with schools & young people
Share resources with schools and youth professionals, including short activities, assemblies, videos, blogs, and toolkits and guides for running campaigns and working with young leaders groups.
Guide: Setting up a network of local school leaders
Find out how you can tap into local schools mental health networks, or create your own, so schools and young sector organisations can share knowledge on what works locally.
Training: Teachers and youth professionals
Find out about Time to Change training for teachers and youth professionals, which helps them lead campaign work within your local area. Contact the Time to Change Children and Young People team for more.
Working with employers
Workplaces can get involved with our movement by taking the Time to Change Employer Pledge, a commitment to change the way mental health is treated in your workplace. Once an organisation signs the pledge, they can:
Downloads: Campaign materials and logos
Download materials, from posters, tip cards and logos to digital graphics, online adverts, screensavers and email signatures. Materials are suitable for self printing or professional printing, and a handful are editable.
Videos: Campaign films on YouTube
Share campaign films from the Time to Change YouTube channel.
Guide: Time to Change brand guidelines
Find out more about the Time to Change brand and how to reproduce it