The Green Ribbon Campaign encourages organisations to invite their employees to wear a green ribbon during Mental Health Awareness Week to help end the stigma around mental health.
The Green Ribbon Campaign aims to help #endthestigma of mental health. The campaign encourages organisations to invite their employees to wear a green ribbon during Mental Health Awareness Week to help destigmatise mental health by:
Creating a visible movement of support for ending the stigma;
Showing those struggling that there is support and they are not alone;
Demonstrating the level of support for this issue in your organisation;
Encouraging people to share their story and to create an inclusive cultures workplace.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of employees wear the ribbons, and 100% of their organisations recommend the campaign. It’s a simple tool to help create inclusive workplaces. This website tells you more about the campaign, with real life examples and successes—and you can order a supply of green ribbons for your own organisation too.
Wellbeing in the Workplace is a free online wellbeing programme that gives employees the skills they need to manage their own emotional health, and to support those around them, well before those feelings reach crisis point.
This is Me is a business-led campaign to support organisations, and their employees, to talk about mental health. It encourages people with experience of a mental health problem, whether their own or of a loved one, to share their stories.
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