Time to Talk Mental Health UK

We’re a social media peer support community for adults in the UK with mental health difficulties.

Time to Talk Mental Health UK is a fully private and confidential Facebook Community.

The community is highly interactive and fully moderated. We provide a safe place for people to talk about their mental health in confidence with others who understand.

In addition, we provide events, regular clubs and a library of resources.

The community enables consistent support, which is otherwise lacking in the mental health care package.

Charity Christmas Cards

Christmas is coming – limited stock for our charity Christmas cards

A pack of 6 cards (2 x 3 different designs), for £5.99(including postage). Sent by 2nd class post within two working days of receiving payment.

Cards are approximately 4″ x 6″, are blank inside and come with envelope. All money raised goes to TimeToTalkUK.

Available off ebay from this link..

We know that these uncertain times are causing additional #anxiety for many of us.

But #YouAreNotAlone.
#isolation doesn’t have to mean loneliness. We are a social media based peer support community, available 7 days a week.
Join at: Time To Talk UK  (UK only, 18+)

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Listen

Impartially, without judgement or prejudice.

Support

Without question, expectation or obligation.

Interact

Ensuring everyone has the right to be heard.

Do you want to volunteer for Time To Talk MH UK?

We currently have some roles which we would love you to consider. 
Further details are on the page /about-us/jobs

If you have any questions, just ask… 

 

Released on Time to Talk Day, 2020, this video shows an overview of the charity, what it does, and why. It provides personal testimonies from people helped by the charity. Take a look, it’s just over 5 minutes long.

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Time to Talk Mental Health UK is a voluntary organisation, funded by donations. You can help us continue to provide support to adults in the UK every day. 

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