Swindon: 01793 432031 | Gloucestershire: 01452 245338 admin@sgmind.org.uk

(Covid-19) Corona Virus

Swindon & Gloucestershire Mind are here to support you during this period of uncertainty

Following on from the latest Government announcement, we are offering a variety of telephone support from our wellbeing teams across our services. If you are new to our services and in need of support please either email admin@sgmind.org.uk  (for Swindon) or alexwellbeing@sgmind.org.uk (for Gloucestershire) and we will get in touch with you –  please note, the call may be from a withheld number.  If you have any questions regarding your upcoming appointment please email admin@sgmind.org.uk and a member of staff will contact you as soon as possible.

If you would like further information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) please visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/.

If you require crisis support, please contact the following numbers:

  • Samaritans – 116 123
  • Swindon Intensive Services – 01793 836 497
  • Gloucestershire Crisis Team – 0800 169 0398
  • Emergency services – 999

Welcome to Swindon
& Gloucestershire Mind

We’re Swindon and Gloucestershire Mind, your local mental health charity.
We’re here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem
has somewhere to turn for advice and support.

In need of Support?

The wellbeing house provides a safe environment for adults
needing up to two weeks of support, therapy and advice.

Interested in Donating?

Thanks to generous donations we can make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn to.

Fundraising & Events

Our services include: CommunityWellbeing and Learning Programmes
our Self-Harmony counselling service and the Swindon Mindful Employers Network.

Providing mental health advice, support and services

to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem in our area.

Our Wellbeing Programme offered solution focussed support through our Five Ways to Wellbeing Assessment, Plans and Reviews.

Swindon and Gloucestershire Mind has been awarded the Mind Quality Mark (MQM). The MQM is a robust quality assurance framework created by Mind, the mental health charity.

MQM sets out the baseline of best practice and legal compliance in all areas of a local Mind’s governance and activities. To achieve the MQM, a local Mind must meet or exceed all 24 key standards.

Local Minds undergo a rigorous assessment which includes a thorough appraisal of organisational policies and procedures as well as a visit and interviews with trustees, staff, volunteers and people who use services. MQM is awarded when all standards are fully met.

The MQM provides assurance that local Minds across England and Wales are well-run organisations who meet Mind’s expectations of good practice, and in many cases excel beyond those expectations. It provides assurance that they are healthy, ambitious and strong in providing the highest quality support to people experiencing or at risk of developing mental health problems.

Recent Case Studies

Have a look at some of the case studies of the work we have already achieved.

About Us

Swindon Mind was originally founded in 1990, only recently becoming Swindon and Gloucestershire Mind in 2018, we are a registered charity and a limited company. We are a Local Mind Association (LMA) affiliated to National Mind though independent of it. 

We receive no direct funding from National Mind and make our own decisions about the services we offer. As a registered charity we are managed by a group of trustees who volunteer their time to oversee and support the work of the organisation.

Fill out our Online
Self-Referral form 

Our Wellbeing Programme offered solution focussed support through our Five Ways to Wellbeing Assessment, Plans and Reviews. Follow the link to fill out our Swindon online Self-Referral form, and for more information.

Self-Harmony Counselling

Self-Harmony @ Swindon & Gloucestershire Mind offers a 1:1 confidential and non-judgmental counselling service in a safe environment for people who self-harm and self-injure.

People self-harm and self-injure for a number of reasons and do so to cope with deep distress which cannot be articulated verbally. It might be a result of something they have done or had done to them or because of issues they cannot cope with, there is no rule of thumb.

For further information please call Swindon Mind on 01793 432031 and ask for Janey or Laura or Email us on: counselling@swindonmind.org

Events Calendar

Have a look at some of the Fundraising and events we have going on at the moment!

april 2020

28apr(apr 28)9:30 am29(apr 29)4:30 pmAdult Mental Health First Aid CourseAdult MHFA is a two-day educational course which teaches people how to identify, understand and help a person who may be developing a mental health issue.

may 2020

18may(may 18)9:30 am19(may 19)4:30 pmAdult Mental Health First Aid CourseAdult MHFA is a two-day educational course which teaches people how to identify, understand and help a person who may be developing a mental health issue.

june 2020

10jun(jun 10)9:30 am11(jun 11)4:30 pmAdult Mental Health First Aid CourseAdult MHFA is a two-day educational course which teaches people how to identify, understand and help a person who may be developing a mental health issue.

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