This page has a number of helpful links, videos and tools.

Time To Talk Day 1st February.

When Last Did You Actually Talk to Someone? It Is Time To Talk

When was the last time you actually talked to someone? Not the regular small talk that we  exchange day-to-day with colleagues, peers and acquaintances. For some, we may not remember the last time we had a genuine conversation about our emotions and lives; and for those who remember, it may have been a long time ago. Being able to talk openly about how you feel, life events and thoughts is consequential in promoting mental health.

Nonetheless, with the spiraling levels of loneliness in the UK since before the COVID-19 lockdown, many people are deprived of social connections that could be helpful when things get overwhelming and they need to share with someone. Finding someone who is trustworthy, open-minded and willing to listen is no longer a hurdle with Let’s Connect.

Mental Health Awareness webinar Event: 10th May 2023


ABC of getting a good nights sleep
Reclaiming Self-Care
Self Care: What It Really Is
How one act of kindness a day can change your life

Links to pages

9 ways to Motivate Yourself to Work When You’re Struggling Mentally 

Actions for small business owners to improve their mental health and wellbeing 

How can we support the wellbeing of staff returning from furlough? 

Understand the links between work, health and wellbeing 

What Is Employee Wellbeing and How to Launch a Wellbeing Program 

Develop skills to cope with loneliness, build confidence, resilience and connect 

How has Covid-19 affected loneliness? 

Struggling with Mental Health As a Student 

Taking care of your mental health over Christmas 

Tips for looking after your Mental Health when using social media 

Winter Well-being

Time to talk day

North East and North Cumbria Suicide Prevention Network

The Feeling Wheel - The Body & Mind Coach
The Feelings Wheel

The Tees Suicide Prevention Alliance in conjunction with the North East and Cumbria Suicide Prevention network are promoting three key messages in relation to suicide prevention and positive mental health. The key messages are:

Look after yourself

Look out for others

Get help early

Marketing campaign can be accessed – and clicking on the campaign toolkit button. This will lead you to downloadable resources that you can use.

Five steps to wellbeing

5 steps to mental wellbeing – NHS (

Evidence suggests there are five steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing.  Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life.  Includes useful links to guides, tool and resources.

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