On Time to Talk Day we want everyone to have a conversation about mental health – whether that’s texting a friend, chatting to a colleague or organising a stigma-busting event.

We know that talking about mental health can feel awkward, but it doesn't have to. This year, we're using the popular game 'Would you rather?' to help break the ice and get the conversation flowing.

Help planning your activity

From a coffee morning at your work, to a stall handing out materials at your local train station, there are lots of activities you can do to get people talking on Time to Talk Day.

Use our handy guides to help you plan an activity and get people talking.

Download free materials

Time to Talk Day materials - posters, coasters and conversation starter

Planning an activity in your school, workplace or community? You can download and print your own materials including postcards, posters and tip cards to help you get conversations started on Time to Talk Day.

More materials for your workplace

Get your conversation pack and downloadable games and activities for Time to Talk Day.

Get your workplace materials >

Register your local event

Hundreds of events around the country will be taking place to get people talking about mental health.

Our events map is the perfect place to find out what's going on near you on Time to Talk Day. 

If you're planning an event, add it to our map so that people near you can attend as well.