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Looking after ourselves at Christmas

As we approach the Festive Season we wanted to acknowledge that this can be a really difficult time of year for many LGBTQ people – you may be feeling lonely and isolated from family and friends or have to endure uncomfortable family gatherings that don’t make us feel great. Here are MindOut’s top tips for ... Read more
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MindOut is recruiting…

LGBTQ Mental Health Advocacy Worker 30 hours per week £22,950 pa pro rata (£19,671).     Enthusiastic, experienced worker needed for our Advocacy team.  You will specialise in housing issues and working with people over 50.   Closing Date 12.00 Thursday 17th January  2019 Interview date: Monday 21st Jan 2019 Download the application form here.
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Volunteer Counsellors needed

MindOut are recruiting both trainee and qualified volunteer counsellors to join our busy, low-cost LGBTQ Affirmative counselling service. We need counsellors who: are training on/qualified from level 7 (Post Graduate level) or above courses identify as LGBTQ trans and BAME LGBTQ counsellors are particularly welcome to apply To find out more about the service, see ... Read more
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Brighton and Hove FrontRunners

Brighton and Hove FrontRunners was set up by George Tester-Allen 10 weeks ago and they already have 15 members. George is a trained leader in running fitness (approved by England Athletics) and is hoping to undertake a coach course in 2019 subject to funding they have applied for. As of last week the club has ... Read more
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MindOut LGBTQ Mental Health Service Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer mental health service Annual Report 2017 - 2018

MindOut Annual Report 2017 – 2018

MindOut’s Annual Report 2017 – 2018 is now available. You can view it here.
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New research into LGBTQ mental health

Stonewall have published a major study showing that over half of LGBT people experienced depression in the last year, with almost half of trans people feeling suicidal.   People reported shocking levels of mistreatment in mainstream services.  Read the report HERE. Stonewall’s brilliant and timely research highlights and reveals the shocking levels of mental distress we respond to ... Read more
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Raising money for MindOut is good for your mental heath!

Throughout 2018 the Marine Tavern has chosen to support MindOut as their charity of the year. I popped into the pub last week to meet Craig Harwood chief charity fundraiser to find out more… “Previously we have supported bigger charities like Rockinghorse but we are a real locals bar and we wanted a small, local ... Read more
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Self Care

Self care Is a crucial element of wellbeing and very individual to each one of us…however here are a few ways to take care of ourselves that we know work. Be true to yourself – It’s freeing to be able to live as your true self, especially in the face of adversity – and that ... Read more
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My MindOut – Theodosia

A friend told me about MindOut as she was attending meetings at the Clare Project and at the time I was finding things difficult, being a foreigner in the UK and not knowing what to do. I was homeless and sofa surfing and then became a resident in the Buddhist Centre for a short while. ... Read more
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