Free mental health and wellbeing tools for Bolton businesses

14th January 2022, 3:32 pm

Bolton Council have received funding as part of the government’s Mental Health Recovery Action Plan to tackle the mental health impacts in businesses.

They are launching a survey today which will be the first step in co-designing a free programme of interventions for SMEs and the self-employed, with the aim of improving wellbeing.

Bolton Council’s aim is to raise levels of positive wellbeing as part of the government’s levelling up agenda which seeks to restore the economy, level up the country and build back better.

Please may we ask you to complete the survey accessed via this link – so that we can develop resources that meet your needs. Deadline for completing the survey is 16th January.

The survey also includes a link to a free employee wellbeing survey that you can use to measure wellbeing in your organisation. We’re also including information about how to access free mental health training.

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