The Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA), co-founded by Steve Mallen, Chair of The MindEd Trust, reaches another milestone today with the official launch of a national data and information resource for all organisations and individuals working towards better mental health and suicide prevention.
A news interview with The MindEd Trust Chair, Steve Mallen from last night. As we move through the current crisis, more than a million people have completed the training and awareness programme created by the Zero Suicide Alliance which was co-founded by Steve. The Covid pandemic has galvanised our society around wellbeing, mental health and suicide prevention to an extent never before seen. Our kindness and understanding on these issues will be critical in weathering the current storm and facing the difficult challenges of the future. Please share.
The current crisis has highlighted the importance of looking after our mental health and wellbeing. Co-Founded by The MindEd Trust as a legacy to Edward Mallen, who was lost to suicide in 2015, the Zero Suicide Alliance suicide awareness and training resource has now reached more than 1 million people. We are doing all we can to support those in distress both now and in the future.
As the current crisis continues, The MindEd Trust continues to strive for better mental health for young people. The Trust is pleased to introduce "A Blueprint for Mental Health Provision in Schools" recognising and realising the incredible and dedicated efforts of Tom Hughes of Cambridgeshire County Council, supported by Danielle Robyn of Deearo Marketing.
The Covid-19 crisis requires a concerted, national effort to protect the wellbeing of those suffering from trauma and mental illness. MindEd Trust Chairman, Steve Mallen, representing the Zero Suicide Alliance, is pleased to have been invited to participate in this specially convened group.
In these challenging times, it can be hard to moderate our emotions and look after our psychological wellbeing. The Government and the NHS have accredited a Thrive app to help us all navigate both the current crisis and life in general. Look after yourselves everyone. Be good, be clever, be safe and be well.
Please read. You have time. This excellent editorial provides an insight into the impact of the Covid crisis on the health of young people, whilst also exploring how the current situation is creating profound worry and uncertainty. The piece also explores coping strategies and recommendations for well being. The MIndEd Trust remains committed to improving the health of young people through and beyond this crisis.
The current crisis has severely disrupted the lives and stability of millions of children and young people. Now, more than ever, we must pay especial attention to the wellbeing of the next generation. Please take a moment to study these guidelines. What happens when we are young resonates throughout life, so let's do our utmost to support those who will have to weather this crisis and then grow up in the shadow of Covid-19.
In these difficult times, we must all look after our mental wellbeing as well as our physical health, together with that of our family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. The Government has issued comprehensive and useful guidance to assist in our collective fight against mental illness. Be safe and well and please seek help if needed. The MindEd Trust extends best wishes to all our supporters and friends in these challenging times.