Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 – What’s On

This year’s theme is Make Time for Movement. We bring you a full programme of events to help improve your mental health this year.

University life and mental health

One student talks about her experience of first-year university life and how she has learnt to better manage her mental health.

Cost of Living Advice & Support

This guide by the Warwick District Council outlines the support and funding available to help cope with the rising cost-of-living.

The Benefits of the Outdoors to Mental Health

Understand the many benefits nature, the outdoors and gardening have on your Mental Health. Learn more about our Green Minds project.

What’s on in South Warwickshire & Worcestershire in December

Discover what’s happening in South Warks and Worcs this December. Warm hubs, foodbanks, craft, library activities, Christmas dinners and more.

Mental Wellbeing at Christmastime

Here, we offer some guidance to support, advice and resources to help you better manage your mental health during the festive period.

Three daily stress triggers

Stress triggers don’t have to be big life events. Read our blog to understand how small daily challenges can affect our mental health.

How can you use exercise to support your mental health?

Understand the link between exercise and mental health. Understand the benefits of physical exercise and your mental health and wellbeing.

Unlocking Wellness: The Transformative Force of Creativity

Creativity, an innate quality that has always fascinated us and sparked innovation in countless areas, can captivate our imagination and foster human expression and connection. Its impact extends beyond the realms of artistry, encompassing aspects of well-being as well.

What are the wellbeing benefits of gardening?

Discover the therapeutic power of gardening for mental wellbeing with tips, benefits, and techniques to nurture your mind while tending to your garden.

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