We are Mind in Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster.
We know that improved mental health and wellbeing leads to better outcomes for people of all ages and backgrounds including improved physical health, higher life expectancy, better educational achievement and increased employment opportunities.
We also know reduced mental health increases the risk of mental health problems, self-harm and suicide. People with mental health problems are often isolated, economically disadvantaged, socially excluded, discriminated against, afraid and alone.
We all deserve the opportunities that improved mental health can bring. We all deserve the support we need to recover from mental health problems and end suffering.
Please look through our information to see if we can support you. If you are unable to find the support you need let us know and we will try our best to link you to another local service.
COVID-19 Update, January 2021
On the 6th January the government placed England into its third national lockdown, a measure designed to reduce the rate of coronavirus infections. We have changed our services to reflect this and will review our provision after the government review in February.
We are working hard to limit the impact Covid-19 has on our ability to provide essential services for everyone with mental health problems.
All of our offices are currently closed to the public until further notice but we continue to provide services digitally and by phone. If you are in crisis, please go to our Help Now page.
My Mind Marathon
This March take on your very own ‘My Mind Marathon’ and help make sure those experiencing a mental health problem get the support they need.
Whether is a half, full or ultra-marathon distance, and whether you want to do it in one day or three weeks, dig out those trainers and get walking, running or cycling for Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster.
We need your support
Everyone’s mental health goes up and down. We work across London to support children, young people and adults to get well and stay well. Our work is particularly important right now. An increasing number of people are reaching out for support for the first time or needing more support as part of their on-going recovery programme.
Please support our vital work and help make sure we can keep support everyone who needs help.