Singer and songwriter Billie Myers, best known for her rock anthem Kiss the Rain is supporting Time to Change, England's mental health anti-stigma programme run by charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, with its latest campaign and work with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities..
Billie tweeted a picture of herself wearing a 'Time to Talk' tattoo, designed by contemporary British artist Stuart Semple, in a bid to get people talking about their own personal experiences of mental health problems and break the taboo that still sadly surrounds the subject.
The Saturdays singer Frankie Sandford is wearing her heart on her sleeve today (Thursday 15 August) and fronting a new campaign for Time to Change, the mental health anti-stigma programme run by the charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, which aims to stamp out the stigma that surrounds mental health problems.
Her support follows results of a new survey commissioned by Time to Change, show that nearly half of 25-34 year olds (45%)1 feel that people in the public eye, like
Time to Change, England’s biggest mental health anti-stigma programme, run by the charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness has been awarded a further £3.6million by the Big Lottery Fund to deliver targeted work to drive major social change by challenging the stigma and discrimination that people with mental health problems face.
A hard hitting advert created by Time to Change, England’s mental health anti-stigma programme, is set to take America by storm after being re-worked by the US anti-stigma campaign founded by Hollywood actress Glenn Close. The new advert aimed at American audiences will feature the actress and her sister and nephew who both have mental health problems.