Mental health is a universal human right

Mental health is a universal human right

Every year, World Mental Health Day is celebrated on 10 October. This year’s theme, set by the World Foundation of Mental Health, is ‘Mental health is a universal human right’.  

World Mental Health Day is about raising awareness of mental health and driving positive change for everyone’s mental health, and here at Pwrpas, we are on a mission to spread the mental health awareness message amongst men.

Many men across the UK are presently experiencing increased anxiety and depression, or turning to increased substance use, especially when facing the challenges of inflation, the cost-of-living crisis, fuel poverty and wider global tensions. A large proportion of UK men now claim that a combination of some or all of the above has had a serious impact on their mental health, and here at Pwrpas, we believe that the current state of mental health in the UK is quickly becoming a public health emergency.

This October, as we celebrate World Mental Health Day, you can join us in offering hope to individual men and their families affected by mental illness. Please make a gift of any size to support our vital work, help us reach local men and signpost them to the abundance of mental health support available. 

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