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Mind Cymru Campaigns

Whether it’s lobbying politicians in Westminster and the Senedd, or building pressure for better services in your local area - we campaign to get a better deal for those of us in Wales with mental health problems.

Mae'r dudalen hon hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg. This link will take you to a Welsh translation of this page.

Sort the Switch

Young people have the right to mental health support, whatever their age. But the move from child to adult services is leaving many abandoned, isolated, and ignored. The system needs to change. Join our campaign to Sort the Switch.

Become a campaigner

Mind campaigners work with us to campaign for a better deal for people with mental health problems. Become a Mind campaigner today. You'll be supported to speak out and take action on one or all of our campaigns.


Stand For Me

Welsh Government must understand and respond to the challenges faced by those of us with mental health problems. #StandForMe is our campaign to make that happen.

A Million Hands

Our research shows that young people don't always understand how to take care of their mental health. We're working with Scouts as part of their A Million Hands programme, so more young people can learn about mental health.

Statutory Sick Pay

Statutory Sick Pay is just £95.85 a week, leaving us with the impossible choice between taking care of our mental health and being able to pay bills or buy food. No one should pay such a high price for having to take time off sick for their mental health.


The welfare system is constantly changing and we know there's a long way to go until it works for people with mental health problems. We’re campaigning to make sure that benefits help people to live with independence and dignity.

Time to Change Wales

Alongside Hafal, we’re working to end stigma and discrimination for people with mental health problems in Wales through our ambitious anti-stigma campaign.


Reports and guides

Read our reports on a range of mental health issues, and how they impact people in Wales. 


Other ways to get involved

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