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Mental Health Awareness Week
Mental Health Awareness Week 10-16th May 2021
Nature Scavenger Hunt
Download and print!
Talk about your hunt:
Which item was your favorite?
Which was most difficult to find?
Which did you find first?
What senses did you use on your hunt? What did you smell in nature? Feel? Hear?
Keep a nature notebook. Include photos, drawings, pressed flowers and notes to record your outdoor observations.
Gather some nature “tools” to take on your outings: camera, magnifying glass, binoculars, jars to collect items.
MIND: Nature and Mental Health
17 of the Best Walks in Greater Manchester
Albert Einstein, famed theoretical physicist, once said, “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery – air, mountains, trees, people. I thought this is what it is to be happy.” Sylvia Plath
This is a list of some external support organisations that may support you with your health and wellbeing.
Helplines, email support, live chats & therapy services for people with anxiety disorders.
Call 03444 775 774
Text 07537 416 905
Mon-Fri 9:30am - 5.30pm
Supports people overcoming eating disorders.
Call 0808 801 0677
Campaign against Living Miserably – For men in the UK.
Call & web chat 0808 802 5858 5pm-Midnight, Mon-Sun
Cruse Bereavement Care
Support after the death of someone close.
Call free 0808 808 1677
Advice & support to people living/ supporting someone with a mental health condition.
Call 0300 123 3393 9am-6pm,Mon-Fri
Call free on their 24-hour helpline to talk things through - 116 123
A national out-of-hours mental health helpline offering specialist emotional support, guidance and information to anyone affected by mental illness, including family, friends and carers.
Call 0300 304 7000 between 4:30pm - 10:30pm .
Whether you are looking for support for your own mental health at university, support for a friend or loved one, or for services that might be available to you as a student, help is available.
Cherish - Caring for Self-Harm
This website aims to share experiences of those who have provided support for others who self-harm, as well as helpful information and emerging research, in order to allow you to feel more supported during this time.