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Thank you for supporting #IAMWHOLE – a new NHS anti-stigma mental health campaign
launched on Monday 10 October, World Mental Health Day 2016, in
partnership with the world's biggest youth charity, YMCA.
Born in Brighton & Hove through a
partnership between the local NHS, Brighton & Hove City Council and young people
from the city's YMCA Right Here project, #IAMWHOLE aims to reach out to young people on social media, as well
as to parents, teachers, employers and services that provide mental health support
for young people.
New solo song 'Whole' and music video
Pop star Jordan Stephens (Rizzle Kicks) has written a new track ‘Whole’ (from his solo Wildhood album VERT) about tackling mental health issues. The #IAMWHOLE campaign features in the song’s new music video, along with young people from Jordan's childhood home of Brighton & Hove who have lived experience of mental health difficulties.
Watch the new 'Whole' music video here Join our circle by posting a selfie on social media
The campaign's anti-stigma message is being supported by other names from music and TV, including Ed Sheeran, James Corden and Dermot O’Leary. Supporters are posting ‘circle on hand’ selfies on social media in order to spread the campaign message and encourage young people to speak out and seek mental health support when they need it.
If you are aged 13-25 and need mental health support or advice, visit www.findgetgive.com - a new mental health service directory website being developed by young people for young people as part of the #IAMWHOLE campaign.
Support #IAMWHOLE with a 'circle on hand selfie'...
October 9, 2016
Join Jordan Stephens, the NHS and YMCA in fighting mental health stigma amongst children and young people by posting a 'circle on hand selfie' online.
See Jordan, James Corden, Ed Sheeran, Dermot O'Leary and other names from music and TV post #IAMWHOLE selfies here https://youtu.be/FZ4TlCx3eHA
Post a picture or video of you on your own or with a group of friends, family or people you work/study with. Together we can encourage young people to speak out and seek mental health support when they need it. Together we are whole.
Here's a suggestion of what to say alongside your selfie: "I'm supporting the #IAMWHOLE campaign to help fight mental health stigma. Post your picture and join our circle"
NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is led by a group of local doctors and nurses and brings together all GP practices in the city as members. We are responsible for making sure that the people of Brighton and Hove have access to the healthcare services they need.