Students from the University of Edinburgh have launched a mental health and wellbeing campaign, Be Aware, Be There, encouraging peers to support each other.
A small group of students started the Mental Health and Wellbeing Society at the university last year and are now pushing forward with this campaign hoping to remove the stigma around mental health.
The group recognise that mental health is an invisible illness and want people to know what help and support is available- including talking about it with others. Be Aware, Be There is supported by Fixers which has allowed the group to produce promotional materials.
Be Aware, Be There are on Twitter too where you can find some of the images they have been sharing.
— Cath Fixers (@Cath_Fixers) February 23, 2016