At Pilot Light we believe not just one person can help to make a change in regards to Mental Health. We’re very lucky to have some partners who are working alongside us to help Burn the Silence and Ignite the Conversation. Here is a little bit about our partners.
Hospitality Action, the Hospitality Industry Benevolent Organisation, offers vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK and who find themselves in difficulty. They can provide: Essential Needs Grants; Crisis...Read More
Right now, its a tough time for everyone. So we have put together a positive pack that we hope can help.Read More
The Mental Health at Work Gateway is your first stop to find documents, guides, tips, videos, courses, podcasts, templates and information from key organisations across the UK, all aimed at helping you get to grips with workplace mental health. The...Read More
Looking after the mental health of your employees makes business sense: tackling stigma can make a real difference to sickness absence rates, presenteeism levels, staff wellbeing and productivity, and retention. When you sign the Employer Pledge you...Read More
If you are treated differently because of your mental health problem this may be discrimination and might be against the law. These online resources are designed to support an employee approach their employer regarding such issuesRead More
Ever since I was a teenager I’ve suffered with mental health issues. Read More
I had a mental breakdown in June 2015. I apparently left home around 5am on a Monday morning and was declared a missing person for 4 days. I was found over 100 miles away from home. From what I’ve been told I walked there, but I was also seen with... Read More
Mental health week was last month. For me it’s every week, every day, every hour, sometimes the minute I’m in. I live with a brain that’s outta control sometimes. I’ve trained it to be on par….mostly. Read More
On my 18th birthday, I travelled to London from my home town, Colchester. I worked for free in a French bistro in Soho until I was given a paid position. Read More
I come from a culture that does not see depression as a ‘thing’ - legitimate, common, or otherwise. Read More
Take a large bowl of high-profile customers, elevated levels of expectation and scrutiny, then fold in immense amounts of stress-induced adrenaline. Read More
Before my entire world began to collapse around me, I thought I had everything under control. I thought I had it all together and from the outside, to those looking in, I did. Read More
I had a head chef, who, after I first tried to kill myself really stepped up to help me. He was really supportive. Really drove me. But still I could not speak. I just always said I’m okay. And there are times where I still say ‘I’m okay’... Read More
We cannot do this alone! Together, we can create a community of like-minded professionals united by a common cause: to shine a light on these issues and act as a beacon of support to those affected by them.
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