North East Lincolnshire Mind – We’re here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem in Grimsby and Cleethorpes has somewhere to turn for advice and support.
North East Lincolnshire Mind is located at Kent Street in Grimsby. Read on for more information about how we can help you, or if you would like to support our work. Or call us on 01472 349991 to find out more.
As well as helping people to enhance their quality of life, we also support them to engage in meaningful activities within a community setting with social and emotional support. We help each person we work with to increase their independence and achieve the goals they set for themselves.
Like many charities across the UK, a lot of our fundraising has stopped meaning we are losing life changing income. Can you help us?
We rely on local people to support us to raise money to carry out our work. We’re really grateful for all the support we receive from the local community.
If you want to help make a difference, please consider making a donation here. Your support will mean we can help more people in North East Lincolnshire.
Safespace is an out-of-hours, open door service providing instant and practical support for vulnerable people who need assistance with their mental health.
North East Lincolnshire Mind are happy to be working alongside NAVIGO on a new joint initiative to support people in Grimsby who may be finding things hard. The Safe Space offers instant, emotional and practical support for vulnerable people.
The team can be contacted using Zoom – a free online video chat facility – between 5.30pm and 11pm, Monday to Friday.
If it’s your first time using Safespace and you’re a bit hesitant, you can also now pop in and see the team face-to-face if you’d prefer. We are based on the ground floor of NAViGO House on Brighowgate in Grimsby, and are available 5.30pm and 11.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Coming to the cafe is optional and you can still access the virtual service if you’d rather not come in. We are available on zoom between 5.30pm and 11pm, Monday to Friday
• Sign up free to Zoom (but do not use your Facebook account to sign up)
• Download the software to your mobile device, laptop or computer
• Open the app on your device and sign in
• Click ‘Join’ and search for Meeting ID 208 809 6683
• Join the chat group, either with sound only or with video
• You will be moved into a ‘breakout’ room where you can register and speak with a member of our team privately.
If you don’t have access to a computer or a smart phone, you can still access Safespace remotely: You can dial in to Safespace using a phone. Just dial any one of these numbers:
• +44 131 460 1196
• +44 330 088 5830
• +44 208 080 6592
• +44 208 080 6591
• +44 203 481 5240
• +44 203 481 5237
Then, when prompted, key in the Meeting ID number: 208 809 6683
For more information on how to use Zoom click here.
Our Art group is a six week rolling programme. People coming to the group have the opportunity to express emotions and feelings using art as a means of expression.
The aim of the workshop is to start to be more emotionally aware and use art activity to reduce stress and anxiety. You don’t need to have done these activities before, or have any particular skills or knowledge. It is important to note this is not Art Therapy we use art as a way to support individuals to find ways to express themselves.
Our Peer Support Group is designed to give you the tools and techniques to recover and stay well. Our 6 week group has the emphasis on building supportive relationships between group members and exploring ways of managing mental well-being.
We have chosen topics on a range of common mental health problems and lifestyle issues which may or may not be connected to poor mental health. Topics covered are on a range of common mental health problems and lifestyle issues such as:
• Stress and anxiety
• Low mood and depression
• Connecting with others
If you would like more information about how we can help you, please call 01472 349991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ways 2 Wellbeing
Ways 2 Wellbeing is a 6 week course designed to improve your mental health and wellbeing and provide you with tools and techniques you may need to help keep you well. This can follow on from attending the workshops or can be accessed on its own. You will create your own action plan and identify your own personal goals using an evidence based system. We will help you to keep track of the positive changes you make, along with support around any other support that might be helpful.
Groups are available to adults over the age of 18 and living within North East Lincolnshire. Our courses are free of charge.
If you are interested in attending the groups please contact us on 01472 349991 or email email@example.com.
This is a weekly social group aimed for the over 50’s to provide people with a chance to feel less isolated, reduce anxiety and meet new people. The day consists of various activities such as arts & crafts, quizzes, bingo, new age curling plus more.
Costs £7.50 per day, price includes refreshments but does not include lunch. Open to people in and around North East Lincolnshire.
To attend the Welcome Arms Group, please call 01472 349991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need support in your own home to help you to manage your mental health and wellbeing we can help. We can meet with you flexibly at times that suit you. We will provide a happy and empowering environment in which to encourage recovery and wellbeing. Our experienced team will provide the support you need. You will get to know the people who are working with you, and they will help motivate you and keep track of your goals to make sure you achieve them. You might qualify for financial help towards this from your local council. For more information, please call 01472 349991 or email email@example.com
For any mental health enquiry, large or small, we provide information and signposting to mental health services for people living in North East Lincolnshire.
We are here for anyone experiencing or worried about their mental health as well as families, carers, friends and professionals. We can’t give medical advice or make a diagnosis, but are able to point you in the direction of someone who can.
Our information line is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm to support you, your friends, family members or colleagues.
Write to North East Lincolnshire Mind, 73 Kent Street, Grimsby, DN32 7DH
*If the line is busy during the opening hours, please leave a voice mail and we will aim to call back on the same working day.
For crisis numbers – click here
We rely on local people to support us to raise money to carry out our work. We’re really grateful for all the support we receive from the local community. Your support will mean we can help more people in North East Lincolnshire.
If you want to get involved there are lots of ways you can help:
- Sponsored events: There are lots of opportunities to get involved with a running, cycling, or other event and get sponsored to raise money for North East Lincolnshire Mind. Or maybe you’re interested in something more adventurous like a tough mudder event, or getting your head shaved?
- We can support you whatever you choose to do. Just let us know what your ideas are, and we’ll get in touch!
- Organise an event to raise money for North East Lincolnshire Mind: Are you a budding comedian, singer, or baker? Could you run a coffee morning, dress down at work day, or a quiz night? If you think you could organise an event to help us raise money- big or small- let us know!
- We also organise regular activities and events. If you’re interested in volunteering at one of our events to raise awareness about mental health, or to raise money for the work North East Lincolnshire Mind does, or just finding out about what’s going on so you can attend, please get in touch.
We rely on volunteers so we can help and support as many people as possible. We know that people join us for a number of reasons; so whether you want to develop your workplace skills, have a personal interest, or want to give back to your community, as long as you are passionate about mental health, we’d love to hear from you.
From supporting at our groups to raising awareness of what we do in the local area, we have volunteer opportunities to suit everyone. We ask for a 6 month minimum commitment and as a valued part of our team you’ll have access to full induction training and on-going support. We want you to get the most out of your volunteering so you will also have the opportunity to move in to different roles according to the skills and experience you wish to gain.
If you feel inspired to get involved, contact our Volunteer Coordinator for more information about how to become a volunteer today:
The building is open during evenings and weekends and community groups and other charities are encouraged to utilise the space offered.
Contact Kent Street on 01472 349991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You can find us Kent Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 7DH
MindWorks provide specialist training in a wide variety of areas affected by mental health.
For more information or if you would like a quote, please email email@example.com or call 01482 240134
We can deliver the following courses:
- Line Managers Resource: Managing Stress and Mental Health in Your Staff
- Mental Health First Aid
- Mental Health and Employment
- Mental Health First Aid Lite
- Understanding Self Harm
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- Anxiety Management
- Assertiveness and Confidence in the Workplace
- SafeTALK Suicide Awareness for Everyone
- Youth Mental Health First Aid
- Equality and Diversity
- Depression in Later Life