Mental Health Week 2022
It's Mental Health Week 2022, and we've got information and links to different charities and organisations that can help you. We'll also be talking to different groups that are making a difference to mental health in the county. Most importantly, remember it's ok to not be ok, and talking to someone can really help.
Volunteer to help those feeling lonely
Bucks Mind are seeking more people to join their 'Befriending' service.
Improving mens Mental health one photograph at a time!
A new group in Bucks aims to help men open up through the medium of photography.
Need someone to talk to?
There are lots of different organisations you can talk to or get advice from. Click here for a list.
Duo walking 146 miles to support Children's Mental health
Two men from Bucks embarking on epic fundraising challenge in a bid to raise £10k to fund therapy sessions for local children.
The football team helping men talk
The Green Machine not only raise money for a great cause, but they also help their players talk through difficult times.
Council support for Childrens' Mental Health
Bucks Council have shared all their services to help young people in the county.
The Mental Health Minute
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge have been on radio stations across the county, including Bucks Radio, at the end of Mental Health Awareness Week to talk about loneliness. Hear their message and find out more about help that's available.
How to help people in Bucks who may be feeling lonely
Invite them round for a cuppa, or even just send them a text!