We’re at a stage where mental health awareness is at an all-time high thanks to tireless work from the major players in mental health research and support. But now it’s time to go one step further.
People need to learn how they can keep their minds healthy and what steps they can take to ensure good mental health. This is exactly why we want to shatter the stigma, break the barriers and guide people towards good mental health.
We see it as our job to persuade the average joe to look after their mental health and to show them how. The information is out there, we just need to package it up in a way that suits people, whether they feel like they need it or not. Everyone deserves the toolkits necessary to ensure a healthy mind, before crisis point.
We adopt tailored approaches for our mental health projects based on a range of different target audiences, aimed at bringing mental health conversation and education to these groups in the way that they’re most likely to receive it.
Imagine a world where people are able to talk about their mental health, whether it is good or bad. Imagine a world where people get to be as happy and healthy as they can be. Imagine a world where the Mental Health Monster can be defeated with ease.
We want this world, and we want to start building it in an environmentally sustainable way.
Whilst we could tell you all about the fancy numbers and measurable metrics that we’re aiming for, we would rather focus on what really matters. For us, it’s the conversations that people have off the back of one of our projects, or the little tips that people learn as a result of one of our posts.
Every small step that someone takes towards good mental health is worth more to us than anything else.