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World Mental Health Week 5–10 October 2015

This week, Mind in Cambridgeshire is working with Public Health, and the Library service at Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC), to celebrate World Mental Health Week, culminating in World Mental Health Day (10th October 2015). We are focusing on children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

We all have mental health and need to promote and protect our mental health in order to look after it. There are lots of ways we can do this.

Have you had your five a day for mental health? Check out our Poster on the Five Ways to Wellbeing.

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Are you a young person? Are you a parent?

Check out these leaflets to support young people and parents on mental health:

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Mind in Cambridgeshire and CCC will be building on this campaign work in a joint partnership over the next year, to develop a larger mental health anti-stigma campaign for children and young people.

For local support on mental health, contact:

  • Mind in Cambridgeshire — phone us or explore our website for more details 01223 311320 (Cambridge) or 01480 470480 (St Neots)
  • Samaritans 116 123 (Freephone, 24hrs)
  • Centre 33, for children and young people, 01223 316488
  • Lifeline 0808 8082121 (Cambridgeshire Helpline 7pm–11pm 365 days of the year)

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Welcome to Mind in Cambridgeshire, the exciting 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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Bereavement by suicide is a unique form of grief. If you, or someone you know has been bereaved by suicide, Help is at Hand offers practical and emotional information and support.
Tuesday 29 September 2015
Self injury Support have announced that their UK-wide service CASS (Confidential Anonymous Self injury Support) the women's self injury helpline is now open Monday to Friday 7pm to 10pm on 0808 800 8088.
Tuesday 15 September 2015
Congratulations to Kathy Parker, Gemma Barnes, Kevin Nelmes, Sue Stefanowski, Karen Ellis, Michael Brown, Brian Beach, Danika George, and Helen Tyler who have all successfully completed Mind in Cambridgeshire's Peer Mentoring and Empowerment Course.
Sunday 6 September 2015
Massive thanks to the Beer Tree, on the banks of the River Cam, for donating an impressive £1,850 to Mind in Cambridgeshire.
Saturday 5 September 2015
Daisy Change WI branding - daisies and butterflies on green stripes

Daisy Change is a Women's Institute branch at Fulbourn Hospital for female patients and their carers.

Download their 2015 Programme


Walk, skip or run 3km, 5km or 10km to raise awareness of mental health and much-needed funds for CPFT children's inpatient unit and Recovery College.
Saturday 11 October 2014
The SUN network will be holding a workshop in Cambridge Central Library on from 10am to 12noon on 2 July 2014.
Wednesday 2 July 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

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 at enquiries​
or call him on 01223 311320.

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Part of our strength is dependent on the number and support of Members. If you can, please complete and return our membership form to Administration at Barrere House, 100 Chesterton Road, Cambridge CB4 1ER.


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