About Mind's membership

Mind’s members are at the heart of our work. By becoming a member you’ll join a growing group of people who play a part in everything we do, and who are determined to make sure that no-one faces a mental health problem alone.

Mind members get involved in all aspects of our work. They campaign for better services for themselves and others, they tell their stories so that others might find the courage to tell theirs, they raise awareness of mental health problems and much more.

A standard one-year membership costs £26. A one-year membership if you are unemployed, receiving benefits, retired or a full-time student costs £6. The membership payment helps to cover the cost of our membership scheme and allows us to communicate to a wider audience.

Join Mind today

As a member you'll receive

  • Your quarterly Mind Membership News magazine, only available to members, with members’ stories, celeb interviews, expert advice and much more
  • Your fortnightly e-news, featuring ways to make your voice heard, from focus groups to surveys
  • Member opportunities like sharing your experiences, attending the Mind Media Awards and taking part in research
  • The chance to shape Mind’s work – members’ opinions help Mind decide which areas to focus on, and members can become Mind trustees
  • Entry into the Mind Members bookclub
  • Your very own Mind membership card

Why join Mind

Check out our short film to find out what being a Mind member is all about

Joanna, Mind member from Cardiff

‘Being a Mind member enables me to be a valued part of a force that shapes how society approaches mental health. Mind wants to know what I think and will help my voice be heard and honoured.’

Scott, Mind member from Northants

‘I am now a trustee as well as a director of the local Mind, and I help to teach Mindfulness therapy to others. I cannot possibly overstate how much of a positive influence my Mind membership has been.’

Felicity, Mind member from London

‘Through Mind membership, I had the first opportunity to talk openly about mental illness with others who had experienced the same things as me – a life-changing experience.’

Any questions?

If you have any questions about the Membership, please contact the membership team by emailing [email protected] or give us a call on 020 8215 2348.

You can read our full Membership Terms & Conditions.

Email the team

Mental Health A-Z

Information and advice on a huge range of mental health topics

> Read our A-Z

Training

Helping you to better understand and support people with mental health problems

> Find out more

Special offers

Check out our promotional offers on print and digital booklets, for a limited time only

> Visit our shop today