We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.
To work in partnership with people on their journey to recovery.
We try to help people to:
Increase their self-confidence and self-esteem
Move through their mental health issues on the road to recovery
Be empowered to make informed choices about how they live and recover
Develop their skills for self-help and mutual support
Increase their awareness and understanding of mental health
Participate fully in society
Influence the way mental health services are planned and delivered.
To do this we:
Provide direct services including supported housing, a wide range of community services (in groups or individually), low-cost counselling and other fee-paying services, and talking therapies on the NHS
Campaign in response to local and national concerns
Provide mental health education
Develop our work in response to changing needs.
As part of the Mind network we have the following values: