Rotary Raising Awareness of Mental Health

Following the plenary session on mental health at our district conference in 2017, our district are working towards creating better awareness on the subject.

1 in 4 of us will suffer a mental health issue in our lifetime.  Almost all of the remaining 75% will indirectly encounter such issues.

One of the aims of the district project is to help de-stigmatise mental health issues.

Johnny Mercer, MP for Plymouth Moor View was one of the first to back the campaign - will you?

Will you help the 1 in 4 to see they should not suffer in silence.  WIll you speak up - whether you are in the 1 in 4 or the 75% group?

Don't suffer in silence.  Don't Bottle It Up

Others who have joined the campaign include rugby international Henry Slade, former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies, England Ladies Cricket captain Heather Knight and many more - see the photo carosel for their images.

#dontbottleitup #rramh

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