Mental Health Heritage Archive
We are proud to announce the Heads & Tales archive is now live!
Scroll down to access the search bar and information.
Heads & Tales is a people’s archive for the North East that explores, rebalances and celebrates the voice of people experiencing mental health conditions. Explore a growing collection of 500 + archive items. This archive serves as a snapshot of mental health in the current day (2016-2020) but you’ll find information and interesting items from the ancient, victorian to the contemporary in numerous and creative forms.
A people’s archive should rightfully be a living and growing archive, so do remember to check back for more items to be uploaded soon 🙂
How to Use The Archive
Use the search box to find specific archive items or use the filter option on the left-hand side to browse items from across different themes including books, law & politics, myths, philosophy, religion, and more.
REMEMBER to press the Green plus sign + to see more information on each item.
Want to share or publicise items from this resource? Then please ensure you respect all the creators and owners of these insightful and unique items by applying the correct licensing and credits if utilising this resource in any publications. Please check the correct copyright or creative commons clauses (all noted in column “credits” and “more” on each item below).
You can also DONATE TO THE ARCHIVES! and add to the growing information, stories, and voices that help to share experience and raise awareness.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 0191 209 4058