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Posts Tagged ‘Awareness Day’

An Awareness day is an annual event that is designed to bring attention to a specific disease or disorder. These events are often organized by non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and government agencies, and they typically involve a range of activities and initiatives to raise awareness and educate the public.

Such a special day can also serve as a way to show support for those who are affected by a particular condition. Many events include opportunities for individuals to share their stories and experiences and connect with others who may be going through similar challenges.

Overall, they play an important role in raising awareness and supporting those affected by diseases and disorders. They are an opportunity for individuals and organizations to come together to learn, share, and advocate for change.
Here you can read all our Blog Articles related to various awareness days.


World Mental Health Day, October 10th

06/10/2022 | category: News

‘Make mental health & well-being for all a global priority’ World Mental Health Day takes place on the 10th of October. An annual campaign celebrated since 1992, which aims to raise awareness around the issue. Supported by the World Health …

International Overdose Awareness Day

29/08/2022 | category: News

August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day. A global event that is held annually with the aim of raising understanding around overdoses, reducing the stigma of drug-related deaths, and acknowledging the grief felt by those left behind. The campaign spreads …

April is Stress Awareness Month

20/04/2022 | category: News

Coping with stress and finding healthy ways to deal with tricky or demanding situations is vital for living a happy and productive life. Raising awareness and encouraging support, amongst friends, colleagues and in the community is a huge step towards …

International Women’s Day – 5 amazing women rocking recovery!

07/03/2022 | category: News

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2022, we are honouring the lives of five amazing women. Women who despite battling personal demons and the devastating mental health condition of addiction, have come out on top. With several successful years of …

Time to Talk Day – February 3rd 2022

02/02/2022 | category: News

Mental health and substance use disorders affect 13% of the world’s population, that is approximately 970 million people that are living with a problem affecting their psychological well-being. Regrettably, only half of those people will get the help they so …

Men’s Mental Health #MensHealthMonth

19/11/2021 | category: News

One of the biggest obstacles when dealing with men and their health is getting them to ask for help. This is especially true with psychological and emotional conditions. Statements like “big boys don’t cry” and “toughen up” are still heard …

Alcohol Awareness Week 2021

11/11/2021 | category: News

Alcohol Awareness Week 2021 – Alcohol & relationships The UK’s Alcohol Awareness Week runs from the 15th – 21st of November, and this year’s theme is alcohol and relationships. The premise of the week is to get people “thinking about …

World Suicide Prevention Day, September 10th, 2021

08/09/2021 | category: News

‘Creating Hope Through Action’ Since 2003 the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) and the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) have collaborated to host the World Suicide Prevention Day, annually on September 10th. The …

World Hepatitis Day, 28th July

27/07/2021 | category: News

World Hepatitis Day is a global public health campaign marked by the World Health Organization and observed on July 28 every year. Its aim is to encourage better awareness, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of an illness that kills close to …

World Mental Health Day – The Story of Stigmas

10/10/2019 | category: News

Our mental health is how we think, how we feel and how we behave. It affects our cognitive, psychological and emotional well-being, influencing our careers, education, daily routines, relationships and our overall perspective on life. It can lead to prolonged …

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