Local Mind services supported over 425,000 people across England and Wales this year. Their services include talking therapies, crisis helplines, drop-in centres, employment and training schemes, counselling and befriending.
Each local Mind is an independent charity run by local people, for local people. They are responsible for their own funding and services. We work together in partnership with our local Minds - find out more.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak your local Mind may have changed the way it provides services. If you currently use services - or are seeking support - please contact your local Mind directly using the map below to check for the latest updates.
You'll need to check that you are eligible for services: please note that some services are suitable only for children and others are only for adults: some services may require you to have been referred by your GP or other medical professionals. Eligibility for services often depends on Your home postcode.
CPSL Mind provides information, advice and support for people living with mental health problems or depression.
CPSL Mind operates from offices in Cambridge and Peterborough
Through our experience of over 50 years of local work supporting people experiencing mental health problems we have developed a range of services including specialist Advocacy services and the Enjoying Derbyshire Wellbeing Project.
Derbyshire Mind works in partnership at a local level with statutory and voluntary sector agencies.
Plymouth and District Mind's projects are delivered by dedicated, professional staff and the support of volunteers and students on placement who work alongside us.
Our Oasis Day Centre is run by our service user peer mentor support team who provide a safe, welcoming environment for those with mental health problems, as well as organised social events and activities.
The Oasis Centre is in 8 Woodside, Greenbank, Plymouth and the Mind Parkside building is to the rear of the property, accessible also at 6 Woodside Lane, Greenbank, Plymouth.
Immediately next to Mind Parkside is Freedom Fields Park, where we have a community cafe - The Cafe In The Park - which is run completely by volunteers.
We are Dorset Mind; a pioneering local charity that has been supporting local people with mental health challenges since 1946. We educate, challenge mental health stigma and inequality, and promote recovery by empowering individuals to develop resilience. Our support groups, counselling and accredited befriending service help people regain social skills. We also deliver educational wellbeing programmes for schools and workplaces and provide volunteer opportunities across all areas of the organisation. Please note, Dorset Mind is not a crisis service.
Dudley Mind is a mental health charity that provides emotional, social and therapeutic support to individuals experiencing mental health problems.
They actively promote good mental health and fight stigma.
Dudley Mind applies the theory of mental health recovery; by this we mean that satisfaction and quality of life are still attainable despite the diagnosis of a mental illness.
We provide a wide range of services that are shaped by this premise, which are best suited to each individual.
Herefordshire Mind has over 30 years experience of delivering high-quality, person-centred services. We campaign for better services, increased access and to end the stigma for people affected by mental health problems.
We couldn't find any local Minds in your area.
You could try contacting the Mind Infoline on 0300 123 3393
Email: [email protected]
Our Infoline provides an information and signposting service. We're open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays).
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Each local Mind is unique. They understand the needs of their community and they tailor their services to match. Services include talking therapies, peer support, advocacy, crisis care, employment and housing support.
"After meeting other people with mental health problems I realised I wasn't on my own. Because of the staff I have a lot more hope for the future."