How to support others
To best support others, you need to know what outcome you want in regards to mental health. Choose a section to read more about resources and training available as part of the Healthy Minds campaign:
Improve and maintain wellbing with the Five Ways To Wellbeing
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.
This website can help you find your own, personal path to being happy and well. Search by keyword to find local and national services, as well as social, sport and support groups to help you thrive in all aspects of your life.
Develop a mental health strategy for the workplace
It's easy to promote health and wellbeing at work. Not only does it help staff be happier, more productive and increase attendance, the business has a better brand image, retention and recruitment.
Encouraging health and wellbeing in the workplace doesn't mean rounding up everyone in the office and going for a jog at lunchtime (unless that's what you all want). Health and wellbeing is lifestyle choices that help us look after ourselves at a physical, mental and emotional level.
Become a mental health champion!
Mental health training that you can trust - delivered by experts.
Hull and East Yorkshire Mind is happy to be working alongside East Riding of Yorkshire Council to provide up to 200 FREE places on a series of Mental Health Awareness Workshops.
The training will enable individuals to become local Mental Health Champions, and raise awareness of mental health in the local area. The workshop will also better equip individuals to spot the signs of poor mental health, to support someone who is struggling with their mental health, and to signpost them to the most appropriate service.Visit HEY Mind website (external website)
Please note, the link connects to the Become a mental health champion page under training and consultancy on the heymind.org.uk website.
Job Retention Service
Need support at work? Hull and East Yorkshire Mind know that employment or being involved in activities such as volunteering or training is an important part of mental health recovery. Hull and East Yorkshire Mind has a team of mental health specialists who can support you in work.
We can help you to retain your employment if you are or think you are at risk of losing your job due to your mental health. We can work with you to achieve the best possible outcome.
If you feel it would benefit you, we can also work with your employer. This could include mediation, training, and support with returning to work as well as helping them to understand your personal experiences.
Our employment support service aims to build your confidence and self-esteem. The support is tailored to your individual needs. We work with you at a pace that suits you so that you are able to retain your employment.
Support can include
- Regular one to one support, advice and guidance
- Develop an action plan to achieve your workplace goals
- Help to rebuild relationships where conflict has arisen
- During sickness absence keep clear lines of communication open between you and your employer
- A variety of peer group workshops and courses to support you to manage your wellbeing at work, to help reduce instances of sickness.
If you would like more information please get in touch on 01482 240200 or email email@example.com
Anyone can suffer from suicidal thoughts but every one of us can make a difference.
A life is lost through suicide every two hours in the UK but suicidal thoughts and feelings affect thousands of us every single day.
The #TalkSuicide campaign has been created by the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership to reduce the stigma around talking about suicide by raising awareness of free suicide prevention training available from the Zero Suicide Alliance.
As part of the #TalkSuicide campaign, we are encouraging local businesses to get involved and allow employees to take the Zero Suicide Alliance training.
Request your FREE #TalkSuicide business pack here www.talksuicide.co.uk