We are urging teachers, and anyone working with children and young people to support them in completing the health and wellbeing survey by Friday, 10 February.
The council is supporting Great Mental Health Day by highlighting local projects to raise awareness and reduce stigma around mental health.
Hundreds more people in Croydon can take part in the council’s free accredited training course to learn how to support those who have experienced trauma.
Children and young people can tell us their views on topics such as mental health, diet, exercise, sleep, relationships, and their general wellbeing.
Croydon barbers, hair and beauty professionals can sign up for free training to help customers talk openly and honestly about their feelings and get support.
Sign-up to free sessions in Croydon to support those who may feel suicidal, to raise awareness and to challenge the stigma and shame associated with suicide.
We will all have to live with Covid-19 for the foreseeable future, so it is really important that we manage the risk to ourselves and others.
Croydon residents are being encouraged to become mental health first aiders and develop the skills and confidence to support others across their community.
A course open to all Croydon residents, funded by Croydon Council and Transport for London, is being offered to help people become mental health first aiders.
The campaign comes after the mental health charity Mind revealed the scale […]