Kirklees College partner Big White Wall has rebranded as Togetherall – a free online mental health service available to all staff and students at Kirklees College.
The new brand name represents the digital community which is open and inclusive to all people. The service provides its users with a place of safety without judgement for people to support each other, whilst acknowledging mental health does not discriminate.
Togetherall will continue to provide clinical expertise and peer to peer support through a healthy community that is monitored 24/7 to keep its members safe. People who sign up to the service can anonymously access a range of tools and services, including self-assessment and recommended resources, creative tools to aid self-expression and self-guided courses.
The partnership with Togetherall has allowed the college to uphold its commitment to promoting positive mental wellbeing amongst its staff and students and support their personal development by encouraging positive behaviours and attitudes.
Rebecca Swallow, Support Engagement Manager at Kirklees College, said:
“We understand that the coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on mental health and our partnership with Togetherall has allowed us to extend our Virtual Support Programme to provide a vital resource for our staff and students. We look forward to continuing our working relationship to ensure that we maintain an inclusive and supportive environment that keeps our college community safe, connected and reassured.”
Togetherall can be accessed via https://togetherall.com/en-gb/ where Kirklees College staff and students can join or sign in using their existing log in details.