When you’re experiencing ill-mental health you’re still you. That’s why we do all we can to help people living with a mental health condition get on with their lives, no matter how their mental health affects them.
How do we support people within the community?
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.
Mind in Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster is embedded in the local community and exists to meet local mental health needs. Through our various projects, staff and volunteers, we provide high quality, individually tailored services so people can live full lives and be connected to other people in their communities.
Who do we work with?
We work with others – from small local community groups to schools and universities, and local mental health trusts – to minimise the impact of mental health problems and in partnership we aim to improve people’s experience of mental health services. In collaboration with local and national organisations, we raise awareness of the importance of mental health and recovery and tackle the discrimination faced by people who experience mental health problems.
Mental health conditions are very common and can affect anybody at any stage of their life. We believe that many of the ideas that people have about mental illness are based on fear and prejudice and we are firmly committed to challenging these misconceptions.