Changes to services in response to COVID-19
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic we at Buckinghamshire Mind are closely following the Government’s guidelines on health and safety measures regarding social distancing.
As such, we have made important changes to our services to ensure the safety of our service users, volunteers and staff. We are continuing to create and develop innovative ways of delivering mental wellbeing support that focuses on tackling social isolation and promoting positive emotional wellbeing.
For more details about specific changes we’ve made to each service, please click on the links below.
Buckinghamshire Mind runs a wide range of services Buckinghamshire and East Berkshire for children, young people and adults affected by mental health problems, including:
- Children and Young People’s Services
- Community Based Support
- Community Connectors
- Community Link Workers
- Counselling for Adults
- Employment Support
- Older Adults’ Service
- Peer Support Groups
- Safe Haven
- Suicide Bereavement Support Service
- Training Services
- Wellbeing Services
Our services seek to create a friendly, non-judgemental and inclusive environment for our service users. We know that it is really important that our services are a place where people feel safe and secure. We aim to help reduce isolation, provide structured, fun activities and build confidence and self-esteem.