MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people (LGBT/LGBTQ)
About the service and what to expect
Peer mentoring project
The peer-mentoring project gives people with lived experience of mental health the opportunity to be paired up with a trained LGBTQ volunteer. The support offered will be person-centred, (meaning you can choose the type of support you receive) and often focused on helping you develop wellbeing strategies and social networks.
The online support service is an out of hours instant message service that is confidential, non-judgemental and anonymous. It is open every day including weekends and evenings.
The service is run by trained online support workers and mental health advocates who are ready to provide emotional support, information or signpost you in the right direction. You can chat to us about whatever is on your mind, and we will always try to help in whatever way we can.
Community Engagement Worker
Community Engagement Workers provide one-to-one practical and emotional support for LGBTQ+ people to engage with the community and/or access treatment or services; read more about the Community Engagement Service here.
For more information and to discuss accessing support that is right for you please call 0808 196 1768 to speak to a friendly member of our Central Access Point team. Alternatively, if you would prefer, you can arrange a callback.
For further information about MindOut, click here to visit their website.
113 Queen's Road