Following consultation with our service users and staff about service delivery under the new lockdown restrictions, Buckinghamshire Mind is providing a limited number of face-to-face activities for some of our services. However, the majority of our services are being delivered remotely.

We would like to assure everyone that we will be doing all we can to maintain the mental health support and services provided by Buckinghamshire Mind 

We are keen to support as many people as possible, whilst ensuring the safety of all our service users, volunteers and colleagues. We will be providing updates on our website, so you can see what opportunities are available for everyone. If you have any questions, please contact us.



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    E-newsletter – March 2021

    The latest edition of the Bucks Mind e-newsletter has just been sent out. Please click here to read. This monthly newsletter provides an update on changes to our services and details of new services, plus a wellbeing tip and ideas about… Read more

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    Public Health England (PHE) has launched online Psychological First Aid Training for those supporting children and young people affected by Covid-19. This course offers training on how to provide practical and emotional support to children and young people affected by emergencies… Read more

    Celebrating International Women’s Day

    On International Women’s Day, Monday 8th March, Bucks Mind is hosting an online drop-in mental wellbeing session via Zoom from 12-2pm. Facilitated by our Counselling Service team, the event will focus on the Five Ways to Wellbeing: Connecting Being active Taking… Read more

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