Mental Health Awareness

Who are we?

We are a group of students at Boston college who are taking part in a project about mental health organised by Boston College and the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust Organisation. The aim of this project is to raise awareness about mental health, in hopes that it will be able to help people who are experiencing mental health problems.

Boston College

Boston College provides many different learning opportunities for a wide range of people in Boston, Lincolnshire. This college also provides support for their students, with a counselling service available to everybody to help with stressful situations the students may find themselves in. This website is designed for students, specifically in Boston College, but the resources provided are available for everyone.

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What is on the website?

This website has many resources about mental health, in hopes that these resources will be able to help people. Some of these resources are links to other helpful websites, such as the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust organisation, and information about mental illnesses and problems, and how to cope with them, such as anxiety and depression.

Why are we doing this?

We are a group of students at Boston college who are taking part in a project about mental health organised by Boston College and the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust Organisation. The aim of this project is to raise awareness about mental health, in hopes that it will be able to help people who are experiencing mental health problems.

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What is on the website?

We have created this website to provide help and support to people suffering from mental health problems. We would like to raise awareness of mental health problems and encourage people to find the support they need. The goal of this website is to get people to talk about mental health and to try and get rid of the stigma associated with having a mental illness. It is not something to be ashamed of. It does not make you weak. It makes you stronger to be able to talk about your well-being and to try and make yourself a stronger person.