• Anxious Minds
    Phill runs Edinburgh Marathon in support of North East charity Anxious Minds “‘I chose to fundraise for Anxious Minds because I feel there is a distinct lack of services for people suffering with their mental health and a fantastic charity like this could be a lifeline for many people.'” Raising a total of £1282.41 to date This is money will go towards opening the Buddies well-being Centre A massive thank you to Phill For all
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    A kind donation of £145 was made to the charity by the family of James Artur Dean (Jim), who sadly passed away on the 28th of March 2019. The donation will go towards the opening of the Recover Centre in Wallsend supporting over 55’s with mental health issues as this project was not funded The charity is hoping to open the center by the end of 2019
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    North East mental health charity Anxious Minds launches community radio station project to raise awareness and talk about self help tools and facts about mental health issues. You can Listen to AM Radio North East 24 hours a day via our website www.radio.anxiousminds.co.uk ​You can download our app from the Google Play store and Amazon store onvarious devices including mobile phones, tablet’s, android boxes andkindle. Search AM Radio North East. ​If you have an Alexa
  • student of the year
    Anxious Minds
    Congratulations and a big THANK YOU to Gemma Alibi for winning both student of the year and fundraiser of the year with Anxious Minds. Gemma came onboard with us earlier this year and from the beginning has shown great enthusiasm in raising both awareness and funds for the charity. 
  • Kirsty Adams
    Anxious Minds
    Congratulations and a HUGE THANK YOU to Kirsty Adams for all the help and support she has given to Anxious Minds over the past year. Kirsty is an asset to the running of the office and without her Eddie wouldn’t be able to find ANYTHING!
  • purple ladies
    Anxious Minds
    Saturday saw us visit the Anxious Minds offices. An amazingly tranquil calming environment upon entry We were given coffee & cake too :o) We were shown around the offices & saw the treatment rooms as well as an amazing radio tech room which we hope to be involved within 2019. We gladly presented our donation of £2,000, in memory of Jay Lennon, Towards an underfunded but invaluable service meeting a range of my needs! Thank
  • gold star award
    Anxious Minds
    HEALTHWATCH NORTH TYNESIDE STAR AWARD 2018 Anxious Minds is delighted to receive the Health Watch Star Award in recognition of the hard work of our team of volunteers. Anxious Minds is the highest rated mental health service in North Tyneside.
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    THANK YOU TO All OUR FUNDERS AND SUPPORTERS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT. END OF YEAR REPORT 2016 – 2017 Changing lives across the North East Hello to our funders and supporters! A happy 2018 from all the team at Anxious Minds, this is my first ever report as Chief Executive, so if I have made any mistakes, or you require any further information, please forgive me and don’t hesitate to get in touch. Without your support,
  • 2018 global excellence
    Anxious Minds
    Our 2018 Global Excellence recipients are handpicked by AI magazine based on the comprehensive analysis and research undertaken by the wider group. This proven approach ensures that we select our candidates purely on merit – not popularity – and recognize the very best in business. Whether you run a single office firm or a multinational corporation, we reward those that are succeeding in their endeavors, innovating, growing, and improving.
  • points of light
    Anxious Minds
    Eddie Dean, from Newcastle, used his army pension to fund his charity ‘Anxious Minds’ and help other veterans struggling with mental health issues. After dedicating 22 years to the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, which included serving in Iraq, Kosovo, Bosnia and Northern Ireland, Eddie struggled to return to civilian life and was diagnosed with chronic anxiety, clinical depression and PTSD. He credits the vital support he received from the North East charity ‘Saving Lives’ for