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Healthy Minds

Peer support
This service is free
What do we offer? 

The Healthy Minds April - June 22 Programme can be found here.


About the Healthy Minds Community Programme: 

In ordinary times, the Healthy Minds Community programme is a growing collaboration of partners and participants brought together by Mind in Camden to create exciting members-only offers from and for the Camden community. These offers are completely free to access and typically include Museum tours, workshops, health and fitness classes, educational opportunities and creative courses. All our activities are designed to promote wellbeing, community and connection.


Since lockdown, we have moved all our services online and are currently offering a range of peer support groups for people who identify as having anxiety, low mood, hearing voices or beliefs other people find unusual. We are also running weekly socials such as our writing group, film club and our popular virtual coffee morning. We continue to deliver creative workshops and, we can even deliver arts and craft materials that you need for the workshops directly to your door!


We are accepting new referrals (more details below) and invite you to join our ever-growing community. Upon joining, you will automatically become a fully-fledged Healthy Minds member and have access to all of our offers for a full year. 


Don't want to register with us but still looking for free offers? Look no further, the Digital Collective has got you covered. 


During the pandemic, we worked together with the Camden Resilience Network to develop the Healthy Minds: Digital Collective, your one-stop-shop for the very best FREE online events, activities, courses, peer support groups and socials the borough has to offer. To download this week’s edition of the Digital Collective please click here.


About the Digital Collective: 

Born out of a global pandemic, the Digital Collective is your weekly one-stop-shop, listing the very best FREE-to-access events, groups, classes and activities from the Camden Community.


Everything listed within the Digital Collective are offers hosted by community centres, charities and other community-focused organisations. These offers are updated and posted on the Mental Health Camden website each week. 

Who should use this service? 
Healthy Minds welcomes all adults 18+ who are Camden Borough residents. Unfortunately we cannot accept out of borough referrals unless you have a registered GP in Camden.
What is the referral process for this service? 
You can refer yourself or refer on someone else’s behalf.  
Step 1: Contact us via phone or email to make your referral. 
Step 2: We will arrange a suitable time for us to have a chat about the programme. This is called an Initial Meeting. We can conduct these offer the telephone or arrange for a virtual meeting over Zoom. 
Step 3: In the Initial Meeting we will tell you more about the programme and what support we can offer, assess suitability, complete relevant paperwork and answer any questions you may have. This meeting usually takes about 30 – 45 mins. 
Step 4: You're registered! You are now able to book on to workshops and courses for free. We will keep you informed on what is happening locally and connect you with additional support if required.
Contact details: Phone 020 7241 8996 or email
Volunteer opportunities 
Volunteer notes 

We hold regular volunteer trainingfor our 1:1 Navigator role. For more information please get in touch directly or check out our volunteers page.

If you are interested in facilitating a workshop or supporting a group of our members into physical activity please do get in touch. We’d love to hear from you!

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