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Mind launch survey

EFL charity partner seeking information on mental health

21 April 2021

Mind, the EFL's charity partner, have launched a new survey. The mental health charity would like to understand more about how people have been feeling during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. And football fans are being encouraged to take part.

The request for football fans to support the survey is part of the ongoing partnership between the EFL and Mind, the mental health charity. The EFL and Mind celebrated the two year anniversary of their ‘On Your Side’ partnership earlier this season. The partnership, which has been extended until at least the end of season 2021/22, was established in 2018 to raise awareness of mental health amongst fans and the wider public, help raise funds for Mind to deliver life changing services and improve the approach to mental health in the EFL and clubs.

Mind know the last year has been a difficult time for all of us. Some of us we may have felt low, less motivated, or worried about the future. We may have also felt more angry and this could have affected our relationships. If you have experienced mental distress (e.g. anxiety, insomnia, high levels of stress, mental health problems) either during or before the pandemic, Mind want to hear from you via this survey. See more here or below.

For more information on the EFL and Mind’s charity partnership visit efl.com/-more/all- about-the-efl/official-charity/. If you need support from Mind visit Mind.org.uk for information and advice. You can also talk to Mind via the confidential Infoline on 0300 123 3393 or text 86463.


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