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Birmingham Wellbeing Hub is open Monday – Friday between 10am – 4pm

Our new drop-in Wellbeing Hub provides a safe, secure environment for anyone aged 18+ living in Birmingham or Solihull seeking mental health advice, support and signposting.

Its with thanks to the Bullring & Grand Central that we are able to offer this new service in heart of the city, where we invite anyone in need to pop in and chat with our friendly team of support workers.

Download our Wellbeing Hub Timetable to see at a glance what our hub offers each day.

Visit the hub at Bullring & Grand Central, Link Street, Birmingham B5 4BS (Between TK Maxx and Supercuts)

What's On at the Birmingham Hub?

Sunday | Let’s Talk About Stigma

Our Associate Group invite you to their Let’s Talk About Stigma group.

  • 11am – 1pm
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all
  • Friendly, warm and welcoming group addressing mental stigma in our communities from those with lived mental health experience.

Monday | Aquarius Young Person Support

On alternate Mondays we welcome Aquarius to the Hub.

  • 10am – 12 noon
  • Addiction Advice and Support
  • Under 25’s
  • Friendly, warm and welcoming
  • Drop In. No registration needed

Available on

  • 4th March
  • 18th March
  • 15th April
  • 6th May
  • 20th May

Tuesday | Unravel: Crochet and Knitting group

Our new crochet and knitting group UNRAVEL is every Tuesday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Come with your own craft supplies or use ours, either way you will be made to feel very welcome at our new craft support session, for a cuppa, conversation and wellbeing support.

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all



Wednesday | Employment Support with Shaw Trust

Meet the Team from Shaw Trust, for advice, support and information on …

  • Employment support
  • Volunteering advice
  • Education & Training information
  • 10am – 12 noon
  • Drop In. No registration needed

Available on

  • 13th March
  • 27th March
  • 10th April
  • 24th April

Wednesday | Men & Us

Starts on Wednesday 17th January 2024

A relaxed meeting for men to talk about their wellbeing. Discussing topics that affects men’s mental and physical health

  • 3:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Peer Support
  • Men only
  • Drop In. No registration needed

Thursday | Time to Recover

Pop in on a Thursday to find out more about our citywide Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub service.

Our 4 hubs offer a range of structured sessions, emotional support groups and social drop ins. Located in Erdington, Handsworth, Yardley and Northfield.

This service is available for those with a mental health diagnosis or a long term mental health condition.

  • 10am – 4pm
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all

Thursday - *NEW* Anawim

From Thursday 28th March, we will welcome Anawim to the Hub

  • Times TBC
  • Support for women who have experienced Trauma, Abuse or Violence
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Women only support

Thursday - Art Therapy Workshop

Join Fharhuna from our Birmingham Mind Associate Group for 2 hours of Art Therapy

Available on the 1st Thursday of every month.

  • 1:00 pm – 3:00pm
  • No equipment needed
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all


Thursday | Pregnancy Support After Loss

This session is delivered by the Bethel Doula Service, for mothers who have experienced perinatal or postnatal baby loss.

It runs on the 1st Thursday of every month.

  • 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all mothers who have experienced baby loss.

Friday | Fundraising Friday

Pop along and meet our Fundraising Officer, Kerrie, to talk about inspiring ways in which you can support the work we do.

  • 10am – 4pm
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all

Friday | Vulnerable Adults Service

Pop along to find out more about our Vulnerable Adults Service, who provide support to people in their own homes and in our supported accommodation, through our Lead Worker & Supported Housing services.

  • 10am – 4pm
  • Drop In. No registration needed
  • Open to all

What to expect when you visit the hub:

  • A safe, calm welcoming space in the heart of the city centre
  • No appointment needed – simply drop in
  • Access one-to-one advice with our friendly and compassionate team
  • Socialise with others in our group and peer support sessions
  • Join in themed workshops, including arts and crafts, creative writing and walking groups
  • Utilise protected drop-in times for specific groups, including women, those looking to volunteer