News & Events

LGBTQ+ Mental Health Hero of the Week: Ellis

  Ellis is one of the staff members here at MindOut who has been doing lots of amazing work. He helps facilitate the Trans, Non Binary, and BAME groups, as well as providing one-to-one support for clients. Recently, he has been working with Jalil, who gave us permission to share his story. ‘We have seen ... Read more
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Interview with a MindOut Trustee: George Eastman

We wanted to say a big thank you to one of our outstanding trustees: George Eastman. George, trustee since September 2017 & current treasurer, sat down with our volunteer social media and content writer, Kaj Jensen, to answer a few questions about being involved on the board for MindOut. Q: Have you volunteered or worked ... Read more
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Trustees required for our Governing Board

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who can provide leadership and help us make decisions about our strategy, finances, fundraising and employees.
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Advocacy Drop In: Thursdays

From Thursday 12th July the Advocacy Drop In will take place on Thursdays.
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Arthur Law. 21 May, 1959 – 17 May 2018

A memorial will be held for Arthur Law on July 15
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New Government Action Plan Pledges to Improve the Lives of LGBT People

On Tuesday 3 July, the Government Equalities Office published the LGBT Action Plan: Improving the Lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People. action plan responds to the largest national survey of LGBT people in the world government to end conversion therapy as survey shows 2% of respondents have undergone conversion therapy, and a further ... Read more
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LGBTQ+ Mental Health Hero of the Week: Alex Scurr and the Gay Men’s Dance Company

At their annual charity gala, The Gay Men’s Dance Company, led by founder Alex Scurr, raised £500 for MindOut. The group ‘offers a creative outlet; a place to express yourself in a safe and supportive environment while keeping fit, socialising and learning to dance.’ What started out as a place for people to gain more ... Read more
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Thank you to EY & Unity

A huge thank you to the partners of EY and Unity for fundraising a stupendous £5K for MindOut
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Spotlight on Minority Stress: Elaine’s Story

Elaine recently shared what it has been like for her to be a lesbian, disabled, and suffer from mental health difficulties. ‘I’ve suffered from poor mental health most of my life and it’s only recently that I have had support. For years I lived a lie for fear of rejection from family and society.  After ... Read more
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