Posted by: Laura Hammond
Thu 20th October 2022
A new Let’s Chat indoor campaign will aim to reduce social isolation in Derbyshire.
The initiative – set up by Derbyshire County Council and Joined Up Care Derbyshire – follows the success of the Let’s Chat Derbyshire bench signs campaign.
In July, Derbyshire County Council installed 700 Let’s Chat bench signs across the county with the aim of starting conversations about mental health and reducing social isolation.
Likewise, the new campaign is designed to encourage people to connect and reduce social isolation through conversations, as well as promoting information about mental health and wellbeing.
The Let’s Chat indoor campaign will run from November this year until November 2023.
To support the campaign, Derbyshire County Council is currently looking for organisations such as cafes, shops and community groups who are willing to participate.
Those who take part will have access to a number of different resources, including window stickers, posters and ‘A’ card table stands.
If you would like to sign up to take part in the campaign, you can complete an online registration form here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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