Mind responds to ITV announcing new mental wellbeing campaign to help get families closer
ITV has launched a new campaign Get Britain Talking tonight. Mind is pleased to be supporting the campaign, which aims to get the nation talking to their families.
Britain Get Talking is the first stage of a long-term commitment from ITV to promote mental wellbeing with the goal of getting 10 million people to take action to improve their mental health by 2023.
Paul Farmer, Chief Executive of Mind, the mental health charity, said:
“We are really pleased to be supporting ITV’s campaign and to have the opportunity to help reach millions of people with messages about looking after your wellbeing. We all have mental health, just as we all have physical health, and we can learn to look after it. At a time when only a third of people with a mental health problem get access to any kind of help and support, it’s important to do whatever we can to help people take steps to stay well and try and prevent mental health problems developing in the first place. Encouraging families to focus on the wellbeing of the next generation is a fantastic place to start.”
For more information visit www.itv.com/BritainGetTalkingPublic Mental Health