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Age Matters

MindOut’s innovative work with LGBTQ older people is gathering pace – Age matters 50+ is a project consisting of a range of peer support and social activities for people who are 50+ who want to get out and meet other members of the community. Meeting other people to share experiences, feelings and problems can reduce the ... Read more
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Being a MindOut Service User Representative

 ‘I feel privileged to be a service user rep as I feel it is a way to get service users voice heard and be a bridge between service users and staff . It is my way to give something back ‘.    MindOut is a much valued, and indeed, vital lifeline to the many people ... Read more
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MindOut Half Marathon Team

We have a wonderful team of runners raising money for MindOut at the upcoming Brighton Half Marathon. Here are just a few of our fabulous runners: Eric Banks Joe Flynn Maddocks We are so grateful and wish our team the best of luck! The Brighton Half Marathon is happening this Sunday 24th February. You can view ... Read more
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Volunteer Counsellor Vacancies

MindOut are recruiting both trainee and qualified volunteer counsellors to join our busy, low-cost LGBTQ Affirmative counselling service. We are recruiting for 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 apply for a role with ... Read more
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MindOut awarded £5K from Sussex Community Foundation

We are so pleased to have been awarded £5,000 from the Sussex Community Foundation, for a 50+ LGBTQ Counselling Service. George Tidey, our counselling coordinator accepted the award, with The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Dee Simson.
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Online Support

Our Online Support service is open most evenings and weekends. Check the pink box for opening times! Our Online Support service is: Run by and for LGBTQ people Free instant message service Confidential, anonymous, non-judgemental Safe space to share how you feel Get support and information Get in touch with our trained Online Support workers ... Read more
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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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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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