Share your story
Tell your story and campaign for excellent crisis care everywhere.
Sharing personal stories is the most persuasive and compelling way of highlighting why we need excellent crisis care. So we’d like as many personal accounts as possible supporting our crisis care campaign. The more we have, the more we will be heard.
If you'd like to share your story, you can do it in two ways:
Watch this video to find out how to make a crisis care campaign video.
Get some inspiration and check out videos from other crisis care supporters.
If you’d like to make a video for us:
- You’ll need a YouTube account.
- Your video will appear in the your video gallery and our crisis care campaign interactive.
- Only talk about as much as you feel comfortable with.
- Don’t swear.
- Don’t mention anyone by name unless you have their consent.
- When you’ve made your video, email the YouTube link to the crisis care team or tweet @MindCharity using the hashtag #crisiscare
- If you want to, you can delete the video at anytime from your YouTube channel. You don’t need to tell us.
If you'd prefer to write a blog instead of making a video, we’re particularly interested in featuring blogs about:
- How long you waited to see someone when you were in crisis
- How staffing levels affected the quality of crisis care you received
- The range of treatment options you could choose from
To blog for us as part of the crisis care campaign, tell us what you'd like to write about and we'll get in touch with the details!
Get some inspiration and read blogs from other crisis care supporters.