Togetherness/ Le Chéile Day 2

The first day of USI’s mental health week campaign, Togetherness – Le Chéile, focuses on staying connected to our friends and family and supporting one another. This is something that is always important for mental health, but has become something we need to think differently about during COVID-19.

We have put together a some information, hints and tips around being connected to other people, as well as providing and receiving support – click on the links below to find out more:

The importance of social connection and support

Talking to a friend about their mental health

List of suggested ways to connect with others during COVID-19

Keep an eye on our social media as we have some prizes up for grabs throughout the day!

Social media platforms to follow for the campaign:

USI Facebook Page

USI Twitter feed

USI Instagram

USI Mental Health Twitter

USI VP Welfare Twitter

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