Peer Support Groups open for new members

Managing our mental health and wellbeing can be challenging and at times isolating.  MindOut offers friendly, supportive groups for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer people, where you can share your experiences, talk about how you manage and find out what helps others. Our Peer Support Groups offer spaces to meet and connect with other … Read more

Job Vacancy: Fundraising Assistant

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Fundraising Assistant 21 hours per week £21,589 pro rata (£12,953 pa) MindOut is seeking a skilled, enthusiastic and self-reliant Fundraising Assistant to join our successful fundraising and sales team. You will need admin, fundraising and social media experience. Closing date: 5pm, Wednesday 28th October 2020 Interviews will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 10th November Visit … Read more

Talking About Mental Health For All

The World Mental Health Day, the theme is ‘Mental Health For All’. In this video, MindOut’s Kate and Kitty discuss LGBTQ mental health, as well as talking about why LGBTQ specific services are so crucial and why MindOut’s services work.

Job Vacancy: Training Development Coordinator

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Training Development Coordinator 21 hours per week £26,530 pro rata (£15,918 pa) We are looking for a dynamic, motivated person to take our training business to the next level. You will have some experience selling, delivering and evaluating training packages and a passion for driving business development to enable mainstream organisations to become more LGBTQ … Read more

Spotlight on our telephone befriending and online peer mentoring services!

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Telephone befriending: Many of us feel lonely or isolated. Sometimes we can find ourselves without someone to spend time with or share news with or talk to about our lives. Sometimes we don’t feel connected to our communities or to people like us, with our LGBTQ identity. Our telephone befriending project offers opportunities for people … Read more

“Volunteering at MindOut was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, to give back to my community in this way.” – Lucy Kamper

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I started volunteering for MindOut when a trans friend sadly took her own life in 2018. I volunteered in one of the groups and also as a peer mentor. It was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life to give back to my community in this way. Through the amazing training offered by MindOut and … Read more

Why is Bisexuality Awareness Week so important? – by Dominic Arnall, Chair of MindOut

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Most LGBTQ people I know are pretty good at reading signals. If you’ve grown up experiencing a level of discrimination or prejudice growing up, it becomes second-nature to risk-assess your environment before revealing something about yourself that could put you in danger. Or at very least, make things awkward. Some same-sex couples will get used … Read more

Counsellor, Adam, celebrates volunteering with MindOut

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MindOut have been a fundamental part of my growth as a counsellor, because I joined them right at the start of my training, just as they were opening the counselling service. The first thing to say on a personal level was – and this was mind-blowing to me – MindOut actually wanted me to join … Read more