Support For The Most Vulnerable People Across The North East
When you’re not feeling too good and experiencing a mental health problem, supportive and reliable information can change your life for the better. We empower people to understand their condition and the choices available to them through our :
- Drop-in Centres
- Addiction Support
- Women Only Centres
- Domestic Violence
- Peer Support Groups
- Counselling Service
- Well-being Classes and Workshops
- Online Community Website
Anxious Minds provides help and support directly to those who need it most. Our Teams offer specialised support and care based on the needs of the communities we serve.
Membership and networks
• Anxious Minds members are at the heart of everything we do. Join us, and we’ll keep you up to date on our work.
• We’re also developing local support networks for anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
• Find us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with what we’re doing – and how you can take part.
• We believe everyone with a mental health problem should be able to access excellent care and services. We also think you should be treated fairly, positively and with respect.
We can help bring about real change, end discrimination and promote good mental health for all through our training and consultancy. Anxious Minds offers a range of local services including workplace and in-house training
We aim to become a lead provider in educating and supporting people to manage and overcome mental health issues in the North East.
Anxious Minds will provide first-class support and education to individuals to manage and recover from mental health issues specialising in anxiety and depression.
- We will put our service users at the focus of our development
- Make our support services easy to access
- Treat every service user as an individual
- We will build a trusting and safe environment for service users to achieve
- We will help and support each service users reach their individual potential and achievable goals
- See a person beyond their diagnosis