MIND doesn't just preach reducing stigma and equality for all those who have or are experiencing mental ill health, they live it. By making sure that, as an employee, my wellbeing is being looked after they help me to provide the best support I can for those in need.
In my role as facilitator and liaison worker I am able to provide resources which enable people who have experienced a bereavement to join our ever increasing network of support.
I find it immensely rewarding to be able to provide support for people who are going through a tough time. This is especially relevant during this difficult period which has come about as a result of COVID-19.
The best thing about working at an organisation like MIND is the wonderful and dedicated people with whom I work. As a mental health charity we are able to listen and respond to the need of the community when it comes to setting up new support services.
Speaking openly and candidly about the importance of mental health and making sure that no one is going through mental health struggles on their own.
Through self-referral and referral from GPs and other services we offer:
Pick up the phone and talk to someone or try one of the free, confidential online support services below: