J2W - My Mental Health City

Jayden aka J2W shares his thoughts on what a mental health friendly city may look like. This film is part of a series of short films where we asked people ‘What could make Sheffield a mental health friendly city?’ to show different perspectives. This was to support the Sheffield Joint Health and Wellbeing Board as part of their in-depth review of mental health and it’s impact on whole health in Sheffield.

J2W - My Mental Health City

Jayden aka J2W recently shared his thoughts on mental health, and how to improve the mental health of Sheffield. The video was made for the Health and Wellbeing Board.

Topics include: What is mental health, and how to help people with poor mental health; find a professional; don’t bully, ask them if they are ok; ‘We’d all be very happy people if’ we had more things to get us active; stopping poor mental health; and leading you to a good life.

Other short films as part of this same work with the Sheffield Joint Health and Wellbeing Board can also be found on our website:

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