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 […]
Share your stories of kindness to show how you are helping others and looking after your own mental health and wellbeing.
There is a range of advice and support on our website to help residents to keep healthy and mentally and physically well during the covid-19 lockdown and beyond.
Up to 1,425 school pupils are set to benefit from a £1.2m award from the Young Londoner’s Fund (YLF), which will spearhead Croydon’s plans to reduce youth violence in the borough.
Croydon's young people are being encouraged to seek help if they are feeling stressed or worried through new borough-wide posters and social media messages starting this week.
Special comedy night fundraiser and community day in support of World Mental Health Day.
Thousands of schoolchildren in Croydon will benefit from a share of a £4.3 million joint funding boost to improve mental health services for pupils in south west London.