See Change, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services and the Union of Students in Ireland launched its annual “Chats for Change” national mental health campaign to get Irish students talking about mental health with the help 2FM DJ Ruth Scott at IT Tallaght.
In partnership with Twitter this year, thousands of “Chats for Change” tea packs will be distributed across college campuses nationwide to facilitate open conversation of mental health. The “Chats for Change” tea packs also include tips on taking the fear out of taking about mental health and useful support service contacts all aimed at encouraging students to make time and space to chat about their mental health while enjoying a cup of tea.
Twitter will be hosting a Chats for Change themed webinar for students from their EMEA HQ on Thursday 13th November at 7pm to spark online conversation about mental health.
The Chats for Change campus tour will include interactive and educational information stands and expert advice from Please Talk and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services.
- Monday, November 10th – in IT Tallaght
- Tuesday, November 11th – GMIT Galway
- Wednesday, November 12th – IT Tralee
- Thursday, November 13th – Cork IT