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Mental Health Awareness Week – spreading the word?

We are in the Lynn News this week, and the editorial headline is that ‘…King’s Lynn mental health charity committed to the people of West Norfolk’.

We are here to support you!

This describes us perfectly and we are committed to your mental health and well-being. The Lynn News article goes on…

A West Norfolk mental health charity says it is committed to delivering support and services to the local people of King’s Lynn at the start of Mental Health Awareness week.

The One to One Project has accepted the challenge caused by the pandemic and has adapted its services to enable continued support for existing clients…’

Support your local press…

See the full Lynn News page on-line here –

You can see our last article on Mental Health Awareness Week here.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week is the 18th to the 24th May 2020.

This year it is focusing on the power and potential of kindness.

Working together for good mental health…

The Mental Health Foundation has set the theme in response to the coronavirus outbreak and the week is to be used to celebrate acts of kindness.

Discover the Mental Health Foundation hereGet your Awareness posters here.

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Working to maintain equilibrium and balance…together
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