Time to Change Kingston aims to: 

  • Combine insight from the national campaign with local knowledge
  • Proactively campaign to reduce people's negative attitudes and behaviours
  • Put people with lived experience at the heart of our work 
  • Embed anti-stigma work locally in schools, workplaces and the community 
  • Engage people of all ages and backgrounds in creating a mental health friendly Kingston.

Contact us

Persephone Pickering, Time to Change Kingston Hub Coordinator

Email Persephone@HealthwatchKingston.org.uk

Twitter @TTCKingston

Facebook @TTCKingston

Instagram @TTCKingston

Become a Champion

Do you have lived experience of mental health issues? Would you like to help reduce mental health stigma Kingston? Sign up and join our group of Champions planning activities and events to change the way people think and act about mental health.

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Online Living Library

The Kingston Living Library is a safe community space where members of the public can speak to any person with lived experiences of mental health issues to improve their understanding. For Mental Health Awareness Week, our Champions have created this online space to share their stories virtually.

Browse the library

Champion’s Lockdown Tips

During these unprecedented times, we are very conscious of the impact that COVID-19 and the restrictions will have on the mental health of the population. The Time to Change Champions have put together some lockdown tips based on their personal experiences for Mental Health Awareness Week.

Get tips

Time to Change Kingston Zine

One of our Time to Change Kingston Champions, Dorota Chioma, has used the Champions Fund to produce a fantastic resource of information about Kingston and what it has to offer

Find out more