If this speaks to you, speak to us
If you're going through a difficult time or are struggling with how you're feeling, we’re here for you.
Rohan's story, spoken by Jords
Haleem's story, spoken by Lola
Mel's story, spoken by James
Gethin's story, spoken by Adwaith
We all experience and talk about mental health differently. But we aren’t always listened to. And we aren’t always represented.
At Mind, we want to change that. We’re here to fight for mental health. For support. For respect. For you.
They love me but they didn’t understand. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t struggle, man.
How we can help
Speak to us
Looking for mental health support? Call our confidential infoline to speak to a friendly advisor or take a look at our information pages.
Our online community
Side by Side is a supportive online community where you can connect with people who understand what you’re going through.
Local Minds are independent charities we work with across England and Wales. They tailor services to their local community.
Didn’t wanna be here, couldn’t find a reason. Until I found a reason.
I spoke to Mind
You’re not alone. We all need support on our mental health journey. Read stories and blogs from people who reached out to Mind for support. Their experiences could help you.
When mum and dad are out, and all other distractions are exhausted, that’s when the thoughts in my head roar, until I can’t ignore those thoughts no more.
Join the fight for mental health
We’re here to fight for mental health. But we can’t do it alone. Here’s how you can get involved.
Become a campaigner
Work with us to campaign for a better deal for people with mental health problems.
From a monthly donation to running a marathon, there are so many different ways you can make a difference.
Sign up to our mailing list to hear more about the work that we are doing and ways you can get involved.
Making the films
Find out more about the making of our ‘if this speaks to you, speak to us’ films. Hear more about Mel and Rohan’s stories and how they found working with Jords and James. And hear from Jords and James about why they got involved and how they found the experience.
Download our educational resources
Our educational resources for teachers will help you lead lessons about mental health.
Interactive lesson plan
Download our lesson plan to help your students develop their understanding of mental health. This 50-minute lesson plan is suitable for key stage 3 and 4 students and has been informed by young people.
Download this worksheet to help your students learn more about mental health.