Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am-5pm
- Advice and Information
- Befriending scheme
- IT facilities and groups
- Volunteer opportunities
- Direct access
- Supported Housing
- Art, Design and Printing
Westminster Mind provides information, advice and support for people living with mental health problems through services including, counselling, a treatment programme for people with agoraphobia, a befriending scheme called Flexicare, support to get in to voluntary work (Support 4 Volunteering and Opportunities for Volunteering), a workscheme called Portugal Prints to learn computing, art and design, sessional work and training activities at Aldwych Enterprises, supported housing services, and the Portgate Support Centre has a café and additional activities such as art groups, outings and bingo.
For further information you can visit this section of the website: westminstermind.org.uk/services
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