CSSC has always striven to look after, not just our members, but the whole of the civil service and public sector through innovative and compelling sports and activities. Pledging to take care of those who take care of others.
We firmly believe that physical exercise and movement, together with providing an interesting and engaging range of activities can vastly help improve people’s mental and emotional wellbeing.
Whether through sports, fitness and days out or communities, clubs, partnerships and any of the other 4,000 ways to save. There’s always something CSSC can do to help others live their best lives and thrive, both physically and mentally.
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week theme is ‘loneliness’. So, we were keen to share our services to help as many people as possible with connections and communities.
Discover our partners during mental health awareness month
We’ve teamed up with some brilliant partners this week who are experts in helping others who may be suffering or know someone who needs some help with their mental health.
Civil Service HR
The CSHR wellbeing team have created this beautiful video detailing a personal experience of coping with loneliness.
Hear from Ordnance Survey champion, Alex who is an adventurer, endurance athlete and motivational speaker, who uses the outside to feel connected.
Alan Billington is the head of health and wellbeing at CityLit. Alan has been providing support to students throughout the pandemic and shares his thoughts and insight.
Para Dance UK
Para Dance offers a number of activities to help everyone enjoy dance and moving with others through the power of music and connection.
Loads more connections to make through CSSC
Throughout the week, we’re highlighting many practical ways to connect with others and help combat loneliness. But we know that loneliness isn’t solved in a week, which is why we’ve made some meaningful connections with the likes of the Charity for Civil Servants and Thrive for year-round help and advice on a range of topics.