Our guiding vision is simple: we won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.
And we mean everyone.
Throughout our review of this year's work, you'll see how we're reaching out to more people in more ways to help achieve that vision.
Schoolchildren. Teachers. Parents. Police officers. Fire officers. Paramedics. Search and rescue teams. People experiencing a mental health crisis. Football fans. Politicians. People put at risk by the benefits system. People who would rather text than talk. People with nowhere else to turn.
It's a long list, and we'll make sure it keeps getting longer. Because we're here for everyone experiencing a mental health problem – and in 2018/19 we reached out to more people than ever before.
Annual review 2018-19 [PDF 1.38MB will open in new window]
Annual review with financial statements 2018-19 [PDF 1.85MB will open in new window]
Continue reading below for a snapshot of our work this year.
Mind's President is Stephen Fry. He is our figurehead and our leading ambassador - promoting our causes and advocating on our behalf.
Mind is governed by a board of trustees, known as the Council of Management, made up of 16 people drawn from Mind's membership and our network of local Minds.
Mind's Senior Management team have overall corporate responsibility for Mind's strategy, leadership, management and organisation performance.