Mental Health Workshop with Newcastle United Foundation

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Dear Member,

We are pleased to offer members a workshop on mental health, sleep and stress on Thursday 10th December at 6 pm, delivered by the Newcastle United Foundation.

During this one-hour workshop, Newcastle United Foundation members of staff will use their expertise to explain the importance of maintaining positive mental health for you and the people around you.

Topics covered include: how to tackle the stigmas surrounding mental health and mental illness; how you can improve your mental wellbeing; and how you can address stresses in your life which may ultimately improve your sleep.

To register for this event please book a ticket using the link below

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Please note places are limited to 90 – so please only book a ticket if you can attend and if your plans change and you can no longer make it please do cancel your booked ticket.

The #BeAGameChanger campaign was launched in February 2019 to increase awareness of mental health, tackling both the stigma and discrimination of mental illness in our region.

Unfortunately, the North East of England has the highest levels of suicide in England – with 75% being male. The Newcastle United Foundation aims to reduce these shocking statistics by encouraging football fans to talk openly about mental and to be proactive in looking after their own wellbeing.

An organisation that is a #BeAGameChanger Champion we are committed to supporting the campaign as widely as possible and encouraging more people to talk openly about mental health.

On Monday we launched our mental health survey to help guide our efforts on your behalf. Please use the link below to access the member area of our website to take the survey. No individual personal data relating to this survey will be shared with any other organisations.

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