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Take part in Mind’s Whole School Approach to Mental Health Programme.

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Our whole school approach to mental health is designed by young people, parents, the wider school workforce and local Minds. It gives the entire school community the things they say they desperately need and want us to provide. It involves a self-assessment tool for schools and tailored assemblies, workshops, 1-2-1s, information and training for everyone who’s part of school life.

Our approach aims to help young people, parents and the school workforce to cope more easily with the challenges of everyday life, help them to manage stress, and to build supportive relationships with their peers.

Each school following our approach will:

  • promote good mental health and wellbeing to everyone as a right
  • support everyone with a mental health problem
  • find causes of poor mental health and find ways to keep everyone well
  • respect diversity and promote equality
  • and build external partnerships to support children and young people to achieve their very best.

More information on the Whole School Approach can be found here

If you are a school and are wanting to get involved, please email or call 014822 240200


Callout – Young people wanted to help us design new service

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We are developing a new housing provision for young people aged 16+ and are looking for young people to help us with the design and development of the service.

Help us by:

  • Giving opinions on the area/location of the properties
  • Setting up the security systems
  • Choosing decorations for the properties
  • Sharing your thoughts on what activities we can run
  • Telling us what support works best for young people

Interested? We will be meeting at our Head Office in Hull on Wednesday 29th August 2018.

Call 01482 240200 to let us know your coming and who you will be attending with.

Refreshments provided.

Thank you!

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We just want to say a big thank you to everybody who supported us during mental health awareness week 14-20th May.

Whether you hosted a tea and talk event, wore one of our stigma busting t-shirts or donated at one of our collections – thank you. Your support will ensure we can continue to support local people with their mental health.

The Hull and East Yorkshire Mind Team

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week!

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This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is stress- with campaigns throughout the week highlighting the importance of talking about and managing stress.
We just wanted to use this as an opportunity to remind you about the campaigns we have planned throughout the week and how you can get involved to promote good mental health.
The campaigns and activities we have planned include:

  • An Exam Stress Campaign – The campaign will highlight the importance of managing stress, particularly stress during exam season. Download free exam tips and resources at – You can also find a video on our Youtube Channel
  • ‘Tea & Talk’ events- where people will be drinking tea and eating cake, as well as talking about mental health in order to raise money and awareness for us. Local businesses, schools and individuals are getting involved.
  • Stigma Busting Campaign – This new campaign is simple. Wear one of our t-shirts for better mental health. Each t-shirt lists things in life that we’re all happy to talk about, but it also includes mental health. Buy one and spread the message that it’s OK to talk about mental health.  You can get yours at
  • ASDA Takeover – We will be fundraising and raising awareness throughout the ASDA stores in Hull. Come along to help us #BreakTheStigma – Dates can be found at


Drop ins – Come along and have a cuppa and a chat with a member of our staff. Whether you have a mental health query, or want to know more about our services, someone will be able to help. No appointment needed, just turn up!
Locations as follows:

  • Tuesday 15th May 9:30am-11:30am at Hessle Church, Hessle
  • Tuesday 15th May 10am-12pm at Wellington House, Beverley Road, Hull
  • Wednesday 16th May 1pm-3pm at The Old Parcels Office, Bridlington
  • Wednesday 16th May 2pm-4:30pm at the Adult Education Centre, Goole
  • Thursday 17th May 10am-12pm at The Shores Centre, Withernsea
  • Friday 18th May 8:30am-12pm – South Holderness Medical Practice, Withernsea
  • Friday 18th May 2:30pm-4:30pm at Toll Gavel Church, Beverley

We hope you will be able to get involved this Mental Health Awareness Week. It really does make all the difference by being open and talking about mental health. It helps to reduce the stigma sometimes associated with mental health problems.

PS. Don’t forget, if you see us on your travels tag us on social media @MindHEY and hashtag #BreakTheStigma #MHAW18

Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week

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Did you know that next week is Mental Health Awareness Week?

This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is stress- with campaigns and events throughout the week highlighting the importance of talking about and managing stress.

By being open and talking about mental health, it helps to reduce the stigma sometimes associated with mental health problems, and means we can all support each other to improve our mental health.
We will be running drop-ins with tea and cake throughout the week to highlight the importance of good mental health.

We hope that lots of people in the area will join in to talk about how to improve our mental health- whether that’s by starting a conversation at work, joining in with our events, or doing a fundraiser.

Tesco Blue Tokens – Can you help us to win £4,000?

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We are very excited to let you know that we have been selected as one of the Tesco blue token charity projects for May and June in Hull! The project that we have put forward is the renovation of the garden at Welbury, turning it into a therapeutic environment for our residents. The following stores will be taking part, so we’d be hugely grateful for your support. Get your blue tokens and vote for us between the 1st of May and 30th of June- the winner will receive £4000!


Want to continue getting updates?

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A change in the law is giving you more control over how organisations use your personal data. By law, we need to check that you’re happy to carry on hearing from us about our new campaigns, fundraising events and the work we do.

This means that you need to tell us it’s ok to carry on contacting you with updates and ways you can get involved with the work we do at Hull and East Yorkshire Mind. To continue receiving emails please complete our quick and easy sign up form – you can do this by clicking here

We’d love to keep you in the loop.

*NEW* Wear one of our stigma-busting t-shirts for better mental health

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Today is an exciting day at Hull and East Yorkshire Mind as we launch our brand-new mental health awareness T shirt campaign!

For this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we want you to join with us to send the message that it’s ok to talk about mental health. Being more open about it means that people are more likely to seek help if they are struggling.

It’s vitally important that talking about mental health becomes the norm. We’re all happy to chat about the everyday things like movies, sport and our mates, but what about mental health?

Help us to break the stigma by buying one of our campaign t-shirts and you’ll be helping to spread the word while raising money for Hull and East Yorkshire Mind at the same time as every T shirt purchased includes a donation to Hull and East Yorkshire Mind. Let’s wear them with pride and end the stigma surrounding mental health.”

The campaign is being launched today so that people can buy the T shirts in time to wear them during Mental Health Awareness Week (14th – 20th May)

The simple, but powerful t shirts can be purchased via the campaign’s online shop with a portion of the profits going directly to the charity itself.

It’s back! Host your own Tea & Talk event for better mental health

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Today we are re-launching our ‘Tea & Talk’ campaign for Mental Health Awareness week which will take place 14th – 20th May 2018.

The idea behind the fundraising campaign is simple, it’s good to talk; it’s even better with a cuppa.

We are encouraging people to host a tea and talk event, to raise money and talk about mental health. Hosting an event will help us to challenge the stigma, and to raise vital funds so that we can continue to support more people living in our area.

Why not host your own tea and talk event for better mental health? Some ideas for your tea and talk event could be:

  • Hosting a bake sale
  • A coffee morning
  • Afternoon tea

We hope that all the events will start lots of conversations about mental health. It’s good for all of us to talk about mental health, and so this is a good opportunity to start those conversations.

To request your free Tea & Talk pack email or call 01482 240200. Alternatively order your pack online at