It's a simple question that can change a life. Will you ask someone that simple question today and listen to the answer?
If we can all take the time to show a little care and compassion for our friends, families, work mates or even a stranger we have never met before, we can make a positive difference to the lives of the people we meet and they can make a positive difference in our lives too
'With you through life’s journey’ Railway Mission are involved in the awareness day because we believe people are important, whatever your background, beliefs or lifestyle our chaplains are there for you as a listening ear.
We are the Leicester Branch of Samaritans and we are involved in the awareness day in Leicester because we want to show the people of Leicester that we are there for them. We will be talking to people about how to support others that might be struggling to cope and are also there for anyone worried about someone.
Samaritans will listen to anyone; It doesn’t matter who you are, how you feel, or what has happened. If you feel that things are getting to you, get in touch.
We are Network Rail and we support the event at Leicester train station on the 8th of October as anything we can do to encourage our colleagues, communities and transport users to do to help each other can only be a good thing. We are all one big travelling society and being mindful of each other is very important.
We are Network Rail- the infrastructure maintainer and enhancer of the UKs railway.
We are Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust and we are involved in R U OK?, the awareness-raising day in Leicester as part of our commitment to living our values of Trust, Respect, Integrity and Compassion and to reducing stigma around mental ill health.
We provide mental health, learning disability and community health services for a population of more than a million people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR).
We are Richmond Fellowship and we are involved in the awareness day at Leicester Train Station because we want to show the people of Leicestershire that we are there for them and offer support through our helpline service and community support work within and around Leicestershire.
We are Healthwatch Leicester and we are involved in the awareness day in Leicester because we want to show the people of Leicester that we are there for them and offer information and signposting about a number of services and organisations who can support people with mental health problems.
Healthwatch Leicester is the independent consumer champion for the residents of Leicester City and we are here to gather and represent the views of public and patients.
Healthwatch Leicester plays a role at local and national level to ensure that local Health and Social Care organisations and providers know about patients’ experiences when using their services and hold them to account.
British Transport Police are a specialist police service for the railway industry. We are there to ensure the railway is a safe and secure environment for everyone. Our primary roles are to help keep the railways moving, reduce crime and disruptive elements. We work closely with the rail industry and its partners to increase confidence in the use of the railways to make them a more enjoyable place to be and promote tolerance and understanding.
We are LAMP and we are involved in the awareness day in Leicester because we want to show the people of Leicester that we are there for them and offer Independent Advocacy services. LAMP works across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Our advocates can help individuals to express their needs and wishes about their mental health care and treatment. We can talk to professionals involved in your care including your doctor, nurse or social worker and help you get what you feel you need ensuring you are heard and feel more in control.
In addition, LAMP also provides a Carers’ Advocacy service for those caring for someone with mental health needs.