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Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster

Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster is here to make sure everyone with a mental health difficulty within our boroughs and neighbouring communities gets the support they need to live happy and fulfilled lives. We are an independent charity and an affiliated member of the Mind network, providing services to those affected by mental health difficulties and challenging the stigma around mental health.

www.bwwmind.org.uk/

Charity

Registered charity no. 292708

Member since November 2020

Latest News

Music in Mind for Young Adults!

Music in Mind for Young Adults!

We have just launched our Music in Mind programme for young adults aged 16-24 years old in Westminster!

Mind in Music is a creative digital music production programme. It allows participants to be a part of a social support group, providing users with an outlet for creativity, to build their confidence and skills, and meet likeminded individuals looking to grow through music. We aim to have a positive impact on health and wellbeing by reducing symptoms, relapse rates and creating new life opportunities. Music in Mind is committed to supporting people from all backgrounds and life situations to be able to take part in music activities, from learning an instrument, to mastering a production software, or learning how to DJ.

We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new housing support service for Wandsworth.

We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new housing support service for Wandsworth.

The Floating Support service will provide assistance to people with mental health needs who live independently.

The service helps people on their recovery journey to develop the skills and confidence needed to live independently in the community.

Our experienced team takes a flexible and person-centred approach. We aim to ensure our service users progress to living the most fulfilling role they can within society, so support is tapered as service users gain more independence.