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Just Talk

Films

Young people worked with us to create short films to raise awareness of the positive impact that talking can have on our mental health.

Please share them far and wide!

If you decide to create your own Just Talk film and share it with us, please use this consent form for any children or young people (PDF, 35kb) who feature in the film.



Find out how easy it is to use #JustTalk resources in your school and the positive impact it is already having on young people’s mental health

 

 

 

 




Web and digital resources

A range of PNG vector files and a high resolution logo for promoting the Just Talk campaign on your website. There's also a slide for screens in waiting rooms.

Download web and digital resources (ZIP, 2.9mb)

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Five Ways to Wellbeing

Posters

Posters to share the Just Talk messages and local mental health support information. Includes a poster for form rooms.

Download Just Talk posters (.zip, 3.3mb)

Template Presentation Slides

We have developed these presentations (ZIP 4.77MB)Opening in a new window for you to use in your schools or other settings. There's a primary, secondary and parent version.

The notes section for each slide provides you with example scripts and further information.  You can adapt these slides for your setting. Contact

PublicHealth@hertfordshire.gov.uk if you have any questions about how to use these slides or if you wish to order printed copies of resources.

Logo

Just Talk is a multi-agency approach. If you’re involved in the campaign, feel free to use the logo.

If you’re unsure, email us at publichealth@hertfordshire.gov.uk.

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Social Media


We encourage all agencies across Hertfordshire that talk about mental health on social media, to adhere to the Hertfordshire social media agreement. This was developed as part of the county’s Suicide Prevention Plan.

To normalise positive conversations about mental health, we need to work together to get messages out as widely as possible. Take a look at our communications and social media plan.

A selection of images for you to use to help promote Just Talk



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Find out how to Join the Just Talk professional network

If you'd like to get involved in the Just Talk project, drop us a line at publichealth@hertfordshire.gov.uk.