The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust raises awareness of depression and fights stigma so that people stay mentally well and get the help they need.
The Trust aims to:
- equip young people to look after their mental well being
- help people to recognise the signs of depression in themselves and others so they know when to seek help
- ensure expert and evidence based help is available when people need it
We do this by:
- delivering talks to young people and those who work with them about how to stay mentally well
- providing training to teachers, health care and other professionals in identifying and supporting those with depression
- supporting research and teaching in evidence based therapies at the Charlie Waller Institute at the University of Reading
Our award winning Students Against Depression website provides information, self-help tool kits and an online community for students who may be suffering.
Please click here to find out more about what we have been doing in 2014.
Children’s Mental Health Week:
Place2Be launches the first Children’s Mental Health Week (16th – 22nd February). It is supported by HRH the Duchess of Cambridge. To hear a special message from her please click here.