People experiencing mental health crisis in Carlisle have a new place to find support.
The Lighthouse is open every evening and offers a safe, comfortable place to discuss issues and receive help. It's run by Carlisle Eden Mind and anyone experiencing problems is welcome to make an appointment.
Our reporter Ryan Dollard visited The Lighthouse and spoke with the manager, Chris Graham:
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Helen Mayall's husband took his own life three years ago.
She explained to our reporter, Samantha Parker, on how she and their six-year-old son, Shaun, have found walking the fells as a way to cope.
Watch the report below:
A Cumbrian strongman is helping to provide strength for people in the county with mental health issues. Scott Squire has represented his country at powerlifting... but he's now training to become a full-time mental health nurse, as well as an ambassador for the charity MIND.
Scott says removing the stigma surrounding conditions like anxiety and depression could save lives.
Ryan Dollard caught up with him for our latest report as part of Mental Health Awareness Week:
A spokesperson from the charity MIND, also explained more on what being a Time To Change champion entails:
The high pressure world of football is no exception when it comes to mental health issues.
Gazza, Stan Collymore and most recently Everton's Aaron Lennon have had high profile struggles.
As part of our series of reports for Mental Health Awareness Week, our reporter, Ryan Dollard, takes a look at the work Carlisle United are doing to provide support for the community:
ITV Border spoke to Richard Metcalf from Active Cumbria, the sport and activity partnership that is part of Cumbria County Council.
It aims to encourage more people to take part in sport and physical activity as a way coping with stress and anxiety.
Our presenter, Pam Royle, asked how having role models like footballer Aaron Lennon talking about the treatment they've received for mental health problems can encourage other people to talk and to seek help: