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Mindful Monday #BeActive

The #BeActive Great British Week of Sport is a campaign to promote the benefits of sport and physical activity. This year we are taking part, along with our Mind’s in the network by offering a Mindful Monday. Local yoga instructor Marcella Pedata will be delivering Yoga and Barre (for all) via the wonders of Zoom. […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 7th September 2020

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New NHS Crisis Line

A new crisis mental health phone line has launched across Essex. The 24-hour service, launched by Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT), offers immediate and specialist support to adults experiencing mental health crisis. Anyone in need can dial 111 at any time and select the option for mental health crisis (option 2).

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 17th June 2020

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Invite to our Virtual AGM

Virtual AGM Thursday 18th June 11am-1pm Via Zoom (sign up for free) Join us for a round up of 2018/19. We will be taking a look back over the work we have done and support that has been having such a great impact on our community. We will have look over the finances, our achievements and take […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 11th June 2020

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Harlow Council Announce Charity of the Year

Charity of the Year – Harlow Council With times as difficult as they are, support from all has never been more needed. We are hugely thankful to Councillor Maggie Hulcoop for selecting us as one of her chosen charities for the coming year. It is an honour to be chosen alongside Petals charity. We very […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 23rd May 2020

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Sun 50 Grant Winners

Free Counselling for those financially impacted by COVID-19 We are proud to have won a Sun 50 grant, celebrating ordinary people doing extraordinary things. We will use this money to provide free counselling to those who have been hit financially by the coronavirus. If you, or someone you know, could benefit from counselling but cannot […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 22nd May 2020

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

Be Kind to yourself this Mental Health Awareness Week Mental Health services today launch the ‘Being Kind to Yourself’ campaign to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week 2020. The campaign will see a series of video’s streamed during the week to encourage us to take time for ourselves and practice self-care in these uncertain times. Each […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 15th May 2020

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Free Online Intro to Anxiety Training Course

Intro to Anxiety  Learning at your own pace. During this uncertain time we have seen an increase in anxiety. This free course is designed as a brief introduction to anxiety, and will look at: The definition, symptoms, and causes of anxiety Getting a diagnosis Treatment options Self-care We’ve also included a number of resources which […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 28th April 2020

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Launching Zoom Online Support Groups

Pilot Scheme Zoom Online Support Groups – Facilitated by 2 staff from Mind in West Essex In response to the current lockdown situation as a result of CoronaVirus we have adapted the services we offer. Our facilitated stress/anxiety and bereavement support groups are moving online using Zoom.  Anxiety is a natural, normal response to a […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 28th April 2020

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COVID-19 Service updates at Mind in West Essex

In order to keep everyone as safe and well as possible we have decided to take the following steps as from Monday 16th March. Groups and meetings All public access groups and meetings hosted by Mind in West Essex will be suspended until further notice. Instead we will be working to facilitate as much group […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 16th March 2020

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Harlow Council Talking Tea Party

Councillor Clive Souter presented cheque for wonderful £265.22 raised by hosting a Talking Tea Party for Mind in West Essex. Talking is key to wellbeing, there’s nothing like a good cup of tea and chat to show you care about how someone is feeling. Showing an interest in a person’s wellbeing has reciprocal benefits for […]

Author: Sarah Huggett
Posted on: 16th January 2020

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