The Duke has been with call
, The first 24/7 crisis text line in the UK was launched in May 2019. The organization was initiated by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after the Royal Foundation invested £3 million and Kensington issued a statement to read.
Prince William said to the members of the shouting group in a video call last month: “I will share a little secret with you, actually I am volunteering on the platform.”
Kensington Palace announced that Princess Kate has always volunteered to provide “check-in and chat” calls for those who are isolated or vulnerable.
The announcement stated that the calls were part of the Royal Volunteer Service’s “National Health Service Volunteer Responder” program, which was designed to support the National Health Service and people susceptible to Covid-19.
Prince William used to yell about mental health. In January, he Tells a one-minute video that encourages millions of football fans
Consider their mental health. Last year, he spoke openly about his mother Diana Princess (Diana Princess) because of BBC documentary on mental health
And how men should feel when discussing this topic.
In 2018, the Duke launched the website Mental health at work
, It provides resources and toolkits to improve mental health in the workplace.