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Mind Survey Results

In April, Buckinghamshire Mind shared national Mind’s survey, asking you to take part in the research on the impact of coronavirus on your mental health. In South East England, 2,316 people responded: • 61% of people in the South East ... Read More

Supporting users of our Older Adults’ Service

Our Older Adults’ Service is continuing to support our service users during these challenging times. This week we have sent a Reminiscence Pack to all those who normally attend our Park and Pippin Clubs. The theme of the pack is ... Read More

New Suicide Bereavement Support Service

Buckinghamshire Mind now provides a free suicide bereavement support service. This service supports adults, children, young people and families bereaved by suicide or suspected suicide who currently live in Buckinghamshire (excluding Milton Keynes) regardless of where or when the death ... Read More

CEO Message: Volunteers’ Week, 1-7th June

A message for volunteers from Andrea McCubbin, CEO Buckinghamshire Mind: This Volunteers’ Week, I am sending my heartfelt thanks to you, our valued volunteers of all ages, who have gone above and beyond to help us reach out and touch ... Read More

Volunteers’ Week: 1-7th June

Buckinghamshire Mind appreciates all our volunteers and during Volunteers’ Week: 1-7th June, we thank each one of them. Volunteers’ Week is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering. Although this year we ... Read More

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

We could not have asked for a better way to end Mental Health Awareness Week 2020. This recognition and highlight from The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service on Friday the 22nd of May was a great honour. Thank you to ... Read More

Mental Health Awareness Week

Buckinghamshire Mind looks forward to the Mental Health Foundation’s, Mental Health Awareness Week campaign each year.  It helps us all to further raise awareness and break down stigmas of mental health issues. We are really pleased with this year’s theme ... Read More

Crisis Support during Covid-19

Crisis Support during Covid-19 Dial 111 if you need medical help fast for a physical health problem, but it’s not an emergency. Call the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health Helpline if you need help with a mental health problem. This ... Read More