Posts in August 2015

Esteem Team Evaluation Report

Following the successful review of the Older Adults Outreach Service, Birmingham Mind again, commissioned Merida Associates to conduct an independent review our Esteem Team Service. The Esteem Team is part of the Edgbaston Wellbeing Hub and the service supports individuals… Read more

Check out the Blue Light Resilience Video’s

Birmingham Mind is pleased to be delivering training as part of The Blue Light Resilience Programme which is part of Mind’s year-long ‘Blue Light’ Programme, a major initiative working to raise awareness of mental health, tackle stigma and discrimination, build… Read more

Barry receives the Shining Star Award !!!

Congratulations to Barry Lawes , one of our Involvement and Communication Workers, on receiving his Shining Stars Award. Barry is now working as part of the Changing Futures Together Project, in our Every Step of the Way Service. You can read… Read more

Information Booklets available from Mind

Mind have a range of information booklets for workplaces, students and a host of information booklets such as how to manage stress and how to be mentally healthy at work. The Mind booklets provide up to date, trusted information on… Read more

Older Adults Outreach Service Video

On Monday 13th July, Birmingham Mind hosted a Symposium for our Older Adults Outreach Service, in celebration of the success of service over the last three years. We showcased this video, which shows how vital and valued this service is to the people who we… Read more

Fundraising for Birmingham Mind

Good Luck to the following people who are raising funds for Birmingham Mind over the next few weeks: Robert – Skydive Challenge Think Recruitment – Wolf Run Natalie – Big Fun Run All the monies received will be carefully applied… Read more

Home Office issues Mental Health disclosure advice

On Monday 10th August 2015, the Home Office will issue new guidelines that must be considered before people’s mental health crises are disclosed to employers in background checks. Paul Farmer, CEO of Mind, supports the new Home Office guidelines: There is no… Read more