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MIND Videos exploring LGBTQ mental health

Volunteers from MindOut joined up with Mind to make a series of short videos focusing on the experience of LGBTQ Mental Health.
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Rainbow Fund celebrates the organisations it supports

This year The Rainbow Fund made a short film showing how important the Pride fundraising is.
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Honour for MindOut CEO

Helen Jones, our CEO, was awarded an honorary MA by the University of Brighton for her public service in developing LGBTQ mental health.
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Five voluntary organisations lead the way towards sustainability in Brighton and Hove

MindOut is selected for sustainability grant, along with four other local organisations
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Heart in Hand

Here poet and artist Emily Skye writes about her experiences of using MindOut’s services for GScene’s mental health issue:
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Finding help for a mental health problem when you’re LGBTQ+

Mind wants to find out from people who identify as LGBTQ+ what they’ve experienced when trying to access talking therapies
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MindOut’s Good Practice Guide goes to Parliament

 Helen Jones, CEO of MindOut, met Caroline Dinenage MP Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Women, Equalities and Early Years at the Department for Education at the House of Commons launch of MindOut’s LGBTQ Mental Health Good Practice guide on 1st March 2017.  MPs from around the UK came to find out about LGBTQ mental health ... Read more
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Peer Support Can Be Life Saving

“Peer support is lifesaving. I’m still suicidal, I’m not out of the woods, but with the support from my group I am getting there. I have hope!” – MindOut service user   At MindOut it’s important to us to offer services that we know work to improve people’s mental health and wellbeing. We are constantly gathering feedback ... Read more
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How MindOut Made Me Proud

“It is the one place where I don’t have to put on a fake smile and pretend everything is ok!”  I finally had a safe space to share I came to MindOut’s Open group about 5 years ago and it took a while to get there but once I did I felt so welcomed and ... Read more
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