MindOut’s top tips for LGBTQ Mental Health during the lockdown

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We are all likely to experience mental health challenges during the coronavirus outbreak. Here are MindOut’s top tips for living with stress, isolation, anxiety and depression. Ask for help: LGBTQ people wait longer than the rest of the population to ask for support, you don’t have to. Contact MindOut, your GP, friends, family, neighbours if … Read more

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

Peer Support Can Be Life Saving

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“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

MindOut info now available in multiple languages

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We have created an information sheet about MindOut and the services we provide that is now available in Arabic, Farsi, Bengali, Mandarin and Polish. These are available to read on the site or to download and print. Find them HERE on our resources page.