WORLD Mental Health Day will be celebrated in Huddersfield and district with various events.
NHS staff and mental health service users will be at a stall in Huddersfield Open Market in Brook Street on Monday, offering information and advice.
Members of the public will be able to talk about the services that the South-West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust provides and find out more about how to look after their own mental wellbeing.
There will also a stand in the foyer of St Luke's Hospital, Crosland Moor, on Tuesday, October 5.
The stand will show artwork and poetry by people who use mental health services at St Luke's and by people who attend the Dash group - Depression, Anxiety, Self Help.
Staff members will talk to people about the artwork, poetry and mental health issues.
On Friday, October 8, there will be an information stand in the Co-op supermarket in Holmfirth, providing information, advice and leaflets.
The trust is commemorating World Mental Health Day itself - Sunday, October 10 - with the launch of a special poetry book, featuring poems by service users.
Heather Sansom, patient and public involvement manager, is co-ordinating events.
She said: "The poetry book will be on sale throughout the celebrations.
"These poems will give people a real insight into the thoughts, feelings and concerns of people with mental health problems.
"This will hopefully create a greater understanding among the wider community.
"The emphasis of this year's celebrations is the link between mental and physical well- being, emphasising that we must look after our physical health and mental health to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
"I would encourage anybody to come along and find out more information."
She added: "Mental health problems affect one in four people in the course of year so they are a lot more common than many people think."
The trust serves people with mental health problems and learning disabilities in the Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield area.
For more information about World Mental Health Day and the events visit www.southwest yorkshire.nhs.uk
Members of the public wanting to buy the poetry book should phone Heather Sansom on 01484 343207.