Welcome to our new organisation Mind in Cambridgeshire.

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Welcome to Mind in Cambridgeshire, the exciting new mental health charity that brings together the long-established organisations of Cam-mind and Hunts Mind to provide innovative, county-wide services designed for, and often delivered by, people who have lived experience of mental health problems.

About Mind in Cambridgeshire

We are a dynamic, county-wide charity that supports local people in their recovery from mental health issues, promotes wellbeing and campaigns against stigma & discrimination.
We believe that no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone. If you are facing difficulties with your emotional or mental health, and are looking for support on your road to recovery, we are here for you.
We are also committed to tackling stigma and raising awareness of the need for everyone to look after their mental wellbeing. If you are an employer, organisation or individual looking to improve your own wellbeing, or that of your employees, we can help.
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Mind are looking for people to share their experiences to help make mental heath a top priority at the next General Election.
Wednesday 16 April 2014
Find out how to support Sam Carvalho's anti stigma campain.
Tuesday 15 April 2014
A project worker in our Wellbeing Service, Emily McMullen has been with Mind in Cambridgeshire for 10 months now and on 9 March Emily ran the Cambridge Half Marathon for us.
Wednesday 19 March 2014
The Great and Little Gransden Churches have raised over a £1000 for MiC.
Tuesday 25 February 2014


Centre 33, 33 Clarendon Street, Cambridge CB1 1JX in partnership with SexYOUality will be holding a LGBT Heath and Well-Being day for people up to the age of 25.
Wednesday 26 March 2014
Mind in Cambridgeshire are starting a new focus group, this is an opportunity for staff, service users, carers and volunteers or anyone who is involved with the organisation to get together and discuss important issues.
Wednesday 12 March 2014
Centre 33, 33 Clarendon Street, Cambridge CB1 1JX in partnership with SexYOUality will be holding a LGBT Heath and Well-Being day for people up to the age of 25.
Saturday 22 February 2014
If you use or need services then NHS Solutions for Public Health (SPH) would like to hear your views and experiences of using services in Cambridgeshire.
Monday 20 January 2014

Supporting Mind in Cambridgeshire

Would you like to run an event to raise money for Mind in Cambridgeshire? If so, we would love to hear from you — and to advertise your event on this website! Please get in touch with Jamie Hall at Jamie.Hall​@Mindincambs.org.uk
or call him on 01223 311320.
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Chief Executive Officer
1 February 2014
Happy New Year, can you believe it's February already? I'm hoping the rain has not caused too many problems but I have to say it's been quite wet in Cambridgeshire!
Have you seen the new Time to Talk Campaign? ‘It's the little things’ talks about how important it is for friends and family to support each other's mental health. We know that in the most difficult times and darkest hours that a kind word or a smile from a loved one can make all the difference...

Read Mind's regular blog, including posts from many people with lived experience of mental health issues.


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