The Mayor of High Wycombe, Sarfaraz Khan Raja, attended the official launch of Buckinghamshire Mind’s peer support service Friends in Need Bucks on 12th October. The event aimed to raise awareness of this important new service and was held to ... Read More
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Buckinghamshire Mind has organised a diverse range of activities to raise awareness, provide support and tackle stigma and discrimination on World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2018. These include: Sir Anthony Seldon visiting Buckinghamshire Mind to meet with service users ... Read More
Buckinghamshire Mind has been awarded funding by Sport England and the National Lottery to help people to try new sports and activities to help improve their physical and mental health. Through this work, Buckinghamshire Mind will be supporting people experiencing ... Read More
Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone and 6,000 people die by suicide each year in the UK. About 1 in 5 people will experience suicidal thoughts at some point in their life. Thankfully, only a minority of people who have suicidal ... Read More
Monodraught, the High Wycombe based commercial ventilation, cooling and daylight specialists, has awarded a generous grant to Buckinghamshire Mind to fund 10 mental health awareness assemblies in Buckinghamshire schools. The aim of the assemblies is to break down the stigma ... Read More
Buckinghamshire Mind has been awarded a grant of £4,952 from the Rothschild Foundation for the charity’s Peer Support in Schools Service. The aim of this service is to empower schools, young people, parents and teachers to tackle the stigma associated ... Read More
Buckinghamshire Mind has received a grant from the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust Thriving Communities Fund to help fund the costs of providing our Adult Counselling Service in Aylesbury on Saturdays. “We support some of the most disadvantaged, marginalised and ... Read More