These videos and downloadable materials provide basic information to help you to better understand mental health challenges.
Understand what self-harm is and ways to support yourself or others
Drugs and alcohol
Learn about the signs of abuse and overuse, and how you can manage them
Explore different ways to help yourself stay safe if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts
Learn how to help someone experiencing suicidal thoughts
Understand trauma, its impacts and some strategies on how to help yourself
Mind and body are one system
Learn some practical tips to caring for your body and mind
My mental health starts with me
Learn some practical techniques that can help you manage your mental health
Coping with anxiety
Understand the causes of anxiety and practical tips to manage it better
Dealing with depression
Understand the causes of depression and practical tips to manage it better
Sex, gender & sexuality
Understand the links between sex, gender, sexuality and our mental health
Watch this space!
Podcast series coming soon
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All the information on this website is published in good faith and for general information purpose only. The opinions, beliefs and views expressed by the various storytellers on our website are personal to the storytellers and do not necessarily represent those of Mann Mela, It’s Ok To Talk and Sangath or official policies of Sangath. Any content provided by our storytellers are their own opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, community, company or individual.
This website includes stories and descriptions of mental health challenges including depression, anxiety and suicide. Therefore, some contents may be upsetting or trigger an adverse reaction. Reader discretion is advised..