Help Us Help You – National Mental Health NHS campaign

We are delighted to announce that the NHS is launching its first national campaign on mental health services on 17 November 2020.

There has never been a more important time to look after the mental health of the nation – and we want to remind everyone that the NHS is here for mental health too, even during the pandemic.

Help Us Help You – Mental Health is a two-month campaign aiming at increasing awareness of NHS talking therapies services (IAPT). It will encourage adults with mental health issues to seek help and consider accessing NHS talking therapy via their GP or through self-referral. It will have a specific focus on BAME groups and people struggling with unemployment.​

Mental health is a top priority of the NHS, and we count on support across the sector to promote the campaign and help us reach people and communities who are the most at risk this winter.

The campaign resources can be accessed and downloaded here.

The national team have published a press release on our website and a video of National Director Claire Murdoch on Twitter.

The campaign webpage is now live: NHS.UK/Talk

On social media we will be using #HelpUsHelpYou