We are super grateful for the support from Sussex Health and Care Partnership who have funded us with their Suicide Innovation Fund to grow our offer of walk and talks in West Sussex, East Sussex and Brighton & Hove.
LTC has funded us to support us in delivering our zoom session and sharing the word about MenWalkTalk in and around Littlehampton so that more residents can join in!
Dan is an Actor and Presenter, he set up the #Here4U Campaign and he is thankfully joining us as an ambassador to share the offer that we have available for men across the UK.
The button below will take you to his introduction video on Instagram.
We owe a huge thanks to you, the general public, friends, family and colleagues who have supported us to kickstart this charity/movement.
If you want to support the work of MenWalkTalk click below to get in touch.
A huge thank you to the team at Discount Displays who have supported us to get our posters framed for local business/workplaces to help spread the word about the offer of MenWalkTalk in Sussex.
The Wellness & Fitness Academy, based in Kent, provide courses to prepare you for working in a gym, promoting good nutrition, mental health awareness & specialist courses for those already working as a Personal Trainer.
They are supporting us by providing Mental Health training for three volunteers.
Wear this tee, with its simple message to all you see and share the word about MenWalkTalk at the same time!
True and to the point.
Wear this tee to remind those around you that it really is ok not to be ok, we can't all run at 100% all the time.
Order your hoody here and help support MenWalkTalk!
Feel free to download this image and print to put up in your workplace or anywhere you want to help spread the word!
Download, Print or Send these flyers to the people in your networks to support us in spreading the word and building more walk & talk groups!
Share these to your social media stories to promote the importance of self-care!
MenWalkTalk is not able to offer urgent support or crisis help.
Please consider the following if you need immediate support:
- Attend your local A&E department.
- Contact your local Mental Health Line
- Contact the Samaritans TEL: 116 123 (Contactable 24hours)
- Request an urgent appointment with your GP