We are Mind in Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster.
Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster has been delivering services and support for people living within these boroughs, and to individuals in some of our neighbouring areas, for over 40 years.
Our aim is to help people in our local communities to have better mental health and wellbeing and to live the best lives possible. We do this by providing a range of services to meet local needs, including:
Talking Therapies, Community Befriending, Recovery Day Services, Support into Education, Training, Volunteering and Work, Peer Development and Support, Supported Housing, Service User Involvement, Young People’s Services, Creative Arts, Community Training and more.
We take steps to ensure that our services are available to everyone who needs them. We also work to challenge stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness.
What do we do?
When you have a mental health problem you’re still you. That’s why we do all we can to help people living with a mental health problem get on with their lives, no matter how mental health affects them.
We do this by providing a range of clinically proven services that improve wellbeing, aid and sustain recovery. We also provide training, information and corporate partnerships to breakdown stigma and increase mental health awareness. We support people with mild, moderate, long and enduring mental health needs. We fundraise and work in partnership with individual donors, volunteers, businesses, the public sector and other charities to deliver change.
Brent Mind and Wandsworth & Westminster Mind merged on 23 October 2017 to form Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster. We are excited to combine the skills, knowledge and expertise of our frontline staff, management and board of governors to offer more to commissioners and service users.
Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster is an independent charity. We receive no funding from national Mind and are reliant on support from individuals, businesses and the public sector. We need this support to ensure that everyone suffering with mental health problems gets the support they need to recover.