Mind helps people to take control of their lives. We do this to make it possible for people with mental health problems to build better lives and sustainable futures...

Mind provides information and services supporting and promoting the recovery, growth and wellbeing of people suffering from mental distress. All services on this website are copyright to Kensington & Chelsea Mind.

For information about Mind's services use the navigation panel on the left.

Advice, Information & Resources

Mind believes that having access to information and support helps people to take control of their mental health and wellbeing... 

  • Peer led advice and information on mental health issues and signposting to local mental health services and resources
  • Crisis information
  • Mental health directory of local services 
  • Fact sheets on mental health issues
  • In-patient information sign-posting service

Peer Support Services

Recovery is about building a meaningful and satisfying life. People don't recover in isolation. Mind believes that peer support can play a positive role in helping people recover a sense of hope, confidence and wellbeing...

  • Side by Side Peer Support Network
  • Peer Support Training
  • Monthly #PeerTalk Newsletter

Personal Development, Community Education & Self Help 

Mind is working to create healthy communities. We believe that mental health is everyboy's business

  • Changing Minds: Mental health awareness training
  • Healthy Minds: Personal development workshops and self help
  • Mind Support Groups: HARP (Hoarding and Acquiring Recovery Programme)

Social Support

Good friends who understand depression can be a life line. Created and pioneered by Depression Alliance, Friends in Need is a way for people affected by depression to meet online and in the local area. It's free to join and a great way to share support.

  • Friends in Need

Training & Employment

Mind's Better Lives Programme offers training courses, employment support, work opportunities and workshops for adults experiencing mental health difficulties.

  • Mind Skills Development Service
  • Mind Peer Employment Project

User Involvement

Mind believes that people are at their most powerful when they are fully engaged and have a say in issues that affect their lives...

  • Mind Service User Network (SUN)