By Joshua Robinson –
This Mental Health Awareness Week (Monday 15th May to Sunday 21st May), the Workplace Mental Health Charter has launched its “Committed Employer Pledge”.
The “Committed Employer Pledge” is designed for employers committed to raising mental health awareness in their workplace.
The pledge is free to join as a Bronze Workplace Mental Health Charter member.
The Mental Health Charter is a social movement that aims to change the way people think about mental health challenges.
The charter began in 2020 and supports leaders in work and in communities to deliver change. They help people with lived experiences of mental health challenges to stamp out stigma through their own charter activities.
The Mental Health Charter website explains:
“Experiencing a mental health challenge is hard enough. Fear of judgement, shame and isolation just makes it that much harder. That’s why we work to end mental health stigma and discrimination.”
The three different memberships available to join the charter:
- Bronze (FREE)
- Silver (£399 per year)
- Gold (£599 per year) Includes APP and mental health first aid training
To discover more about the different membership levels please use the following link: https://mentalhealth-charter.co.uk/sign-up
To join the pledge and become a Mental Health Committed Employer please use the following link: https://mentalhealth-charter.co.uk/