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Winter wellbeing

Winter wellbeing

The Christmas period can be a time of celebration for family and friends. However, many people find it challenging. 2022 has proved to be a very hard year for many people. Domestic and financial problems, along with issues in work, can often seem particularly...

Community Wellbeing launches new cost-of-living section

Community Wellbeing launches new cost-of-living section

The cost of everything seems to be increasing – from energy bills and rent and mortgage costs to weekly shopping. Covid Wellbeing is home to a range of resources designed to help people through these challenging times. Gas, oil and electricity prices have all...

Relationships Week 2022

Relationships Week 2022

Following the success of 2020 (#RelationshipsRocks) & 2021 (#LoveYourself), Relationships Week is back this year from September 5th-12th, 2022. Relationships Week 2022 – ‘Milestones’ Engagement. Wedding. House. Kids. For generations, these are the milestones we...

Generation Hope: Youth Suicide Prevention Conference

Generation Hope: Youth Suicide Prevention Conference

Northern Ireland's Mental Health Champion, Professor Siobhán O'Neill, will host a September conference focusing on suicide prevention. According to the 2020 Youth Wellbeing Prevalence Survey mental ill health in children and young people in Northern Ireland is 25%...

Relate NI’s 75th Anniversary Conference

Relate NI’s 75th Anniversary Conference

On 4th September 2022, Relate NI will have been supporting people and relationships across Northern Ireland for 75 years. To mark the occasion, which will coincide with this year's Relationships Week (5th September to 11th September), Relate NI is planning a policy...

Mental Health Champion publishes crucial new research

Mental Health Champion publishes crucial new research

Stigma around suicide has reduced but nearly half of people in Northern Ireland find it too difficult to talk about their feelings and emotions, according to a survey by the Mental Health Champion. New findings released from the 2021 Northern Ireland Life and Times...

Connect 6 for Mental Health Awareness Week

Connect 6 for Mental Health Awareness Week

Inspire is delighted to launch its Connect 6 campaign for Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 9th May to 15th May. The theme of Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 is loneliness, something we may all experience, whatever the circumstances. When that happens,...