National Health Awareness Days UK 2022 and 2023

Ensure that your organisation is aware of upcoming National Health Awareness Days in 2022 and 2023 with our helpful calendar. Find days to focus your employees on their personal wellbeing, as well as raise awareness of mental health within your workplace.

We celebrate key mental health and wellbeing awareness days throughout the year to help raise awareness of mental health and well-being issues.

Below is a list of key dates for mental health awareness days for 2022 and 2023. As these are great days to celebrate on social media, we've also included some helpful hashtags.

If you're looking to raise mental health awareness and celebrate one of these mental health awareness days in a meaningful way, why not run a Corporate Wellness Lunch and Learn session for your employees? We also run Online Mental Health Lunch and Learns.

Mental health awareness dates for your diary

Mental Health Awareness Calendar 2022

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

September

October

November

December

Mental Health Awareness Calendar 2023

As not all of the dates for 2023 are yet confirmed, we've included some TBC estimates. We have made it clear when we do this and will update the calendar as dates are announced!

January

February

  • 2nd Time to Talk Day - #TimeToT
  • Children's Mental Health Awareness Week (DATE TBC - Normally, the first full week of February which would be 6th -12th of February 2023)

March

April

May

June

July

September

October

November

December

Do you run a mental health awareness day that we've not listed? Please get in touch and we'll add it to our calendar.

Please note that this blog is updated regularly and was originally published in 2020.

Jasmine in a dedicated Marketing Assistant and Mental Health Facilitator with excellent creative and communication skills. She is also a Mental Health Advocate who seeks to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health through journalism and has recently been published by The Huffington Post. Jasmine is extremely passionate about Youth Mental Health and Employment. She is currently launching a podcast for Altruist UK entitled, 'Millennials, Mental Health and Making Money' which will include open and honest discussion regarding the impact of the Youth Mental Health Crisis on employment. Jasmine is currently completing an MSc in Global Ethics and Justice with The University of Birmingham. She has particular interests in how mental ill-health effects social justice, as well as Epistemology, Political Philosophy and Gender Ethics. Jasmine also enjoys writing creatively, practising yoga and cooking as part of her emotional self-care.

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