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MHAW Keeping People Connected Campaign

women recording video selfie for the keeping people connected campaignThe theme of Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 was loneliness. To support the week, Community Living Well ran its own campaign, ‘Keeping People Connected’. We wanted to highlight all of the incredible organisations in our local community who work to keep people connected and combat loneliness.

We asked people in the community to record a short video message about their organisation, about any particular activities or events they run that connect people, help them to make friends and to stay connected.

We had a fantastic response and received lots of wonderful videos from local people and organisations.

We shared them all on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages or you can view them all below.

We will continue to share videos throughout May 2022. If you’d like to submit a video, we have a guide on how to record and send it to us.

  1. Decide which local organisation you’d like to talk about
  2. Record your video using your smartphone
  3. Send it to us
  4. We’ll share it on social media!

More information and guide to making your video

Here are our ‘Keeping People Connected’ videos…

Notting Dale Community Champions – Buggy Walks

NHS Talking Therapies (IAPT) in Urdu

Women’s Yoga at North Kensington Resource Centre

Activities and volunteering opportunities at Meanwhile Gardens, North Kensington

Community Champions programme at Dalgarno Trust

NHS Talking Therapies (IAPT)

Re-engage UK

Women’s Zumba class at Venture Centre

Volunteering in Partnership at Dalgarno Trust

Peer Support provided by Kensington & Chelsea Mind

Dalgarno Trust Community & Maternity Champions

NHS Talking Therapies (IAPT) in Albanian/Kosovan

Dalgarno Trust Community Champions

Queens Park Community Champions

Author: Stewart Gillespie
Posted on: 19th April 2022

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