Residents urged to be kind to their mind this Mental Health Awareness Week

Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging members of the public to be kind to their minds this Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 18 May to 24 May.

The Trust is encouraging individuals to join a series of virtual talks hosted by mental health professional on topics around managing their wellbeing during the Coronavirus pandemic and how they can improve their sleep.
The sessions, which take place on Tuesday 19 May, 12.30pm and Thursday 21 May, 10.30am via Zoom, will also allow members of the public to ask any burning questions they might have. Links can be found on the Trusts Facebook page.

Throughout the week, the Trust will be sharing stories of kindness using photographs and videos via their social media channels.
Anyone who is experiencing anxiety, depression, stress or lack of sleep can refer themselves to the Trust’s online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) portal and receive support. You can sign up at the relevant portal - DudleyWalsall or Sandwell/Wolverhampton (using code: NHS2020)
If you feel unable to cope and need to speak to someone urgently at any time, you can call the Trust’s 24/7 helpline on 0345 646 0827 (choose option 1 if you live in Sandwell or Wolverhampton and press option 2 if you live in Dudley or Walsall).

Further information can be accessed at our own support pages at


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