Kelly Burnbred’s family set up Kelly’s legacy in her memory after she took her own life after struggling with mental health for many years.
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Plans to spend £1.6 million on North Staffordshire’s mental health services have been welcomed by Stoke-on-Trent South MP Jack Brereton.
North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS trust will be equipped with a new Urgent Care Centre, Detoxification Suites, and Crisis Cafes as part of the government’s £1 billion capital investment scheme.
The family of 24-year-old who committed suicide, have today made a heartfelt plea for young men suffering depression to seek help.
Aaron McNair, of Hyacinth Court, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, attempted suicide earlier this year following a battle with mental health and a drug addiction.
Stressed Staffordshire University students flocked to the university library to – swap their books for cuddles with guide dogs!
Dog De-Stress Day is a ‘pawesome’ event held twice a year on the Stoke-on-Trent campus to help students relax.
National Stress Awareness Day highlighted the every day problem many of us suffer.
So here, Staffslive offers you some simple coping mechanisms to help combat stress.
New research released by mental health anti-stigma campaign Time to Change revealed that when asked, 84% of people in the East Midlands would tell friends and family that they were fine, even when struggling with a mental health problem.
Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner joined a panel at Staffordshire University yesterday (April 12) to talk about the importance of mental health.
The ‘In Conversation’ event, heard a panel of experts discuss the subject of mental health and how it affects every sector of the community.
Clare Reynolds, 34, co-artistic director of Restoke wants men from all walks of life to take part in Man Up, a project looking at mental health and Masculinity. Our reporter Emily Sleight caught up with her to find out more.
This Wednesday we saw a window display in Hanley town centre to create awareness for Psychosis.
World Mental Health Day has helped to highlight the struggle many thousands of people have every day with their mental illness.
StaffsLive reporter Emily Sleight spoke to former Staffordshire University graduate Beccy Louise Hateley who revealed her own battles.