Take a look at what Hector’s House has to offer you during this turbulent time.
Here are some of the campaigns we are currently running to help stop suicide and encourage positive mental health.
We have visited almost 300 schools, clubs and businesses in the South East to promote the importance of mental wellbeing and to encourage open discussions about how we feel. This work is crucial for our future generations to stop the stigma of suicide and reaching out for help. Email today to find out more and book a mental health presentation.
Our Eat Move Love campaign has launched – and we want to get everyone eating smarter, moving more, and making time for self-care.
This 10 week email course is completely free, as we believe everyone should have access to mental health advice. You will get one email full of great tips each week, and you can cancel any time.
Every Sunday at 8:30pm, we host a wonderful mindfulness session on Zoom to help us welcome in another week. These 20 minutes – led by volunteer Katharine – have helped so many people find peace, solidarity and joy during these difficult times.
You are so welcome to join these free sessions every Sunday. Simply email us using the button below. We would love to see you there!
Are you looking for a challenge in 2021? Why not join the Hector’s House Run Club! We are taking part in the Asics London 10k this year – and we’d love for you to be by our sides for the day.
We have a Facebook group with more information, a running ‘coach’ and a JustGiving page all set up – all that’s left is for you to dust off those running shoes. Email Sarah for more information.
Do you fancy receiving a weekly dose of positive wisdom every Wednesday? Sign up to our new Wednesday Wisdom newsletter for just that!
As always, the Library of Calm is a resource we want everyone to be aware of. Consider this your safe space on the internet. There are cute videos, activity ideas and lots of other interesting things to look through.
If you have enjoyed using the Library of Calm, please consider sharing it far and wide! You never know who it might help. Take a look into our Library of Calm here.