Our vision is Mental Wellbeing for All and with your help we can stop misconceptions about mental health, develop resilience in people from an early age and work with communities to build a happier Lancashire. Together we can make Lancashire the beacon county for mental wellbeing and ensure everyone experiencing a mental health condition is treated as an equal member of society.
Lancashire’s mental wellbeing
We work collaboratively within Lancashire to shape a generation that won’t treat people differently based on their mental health. We believe that through partnership we can embed our values and beliefs, share experiences and improve people’s mental wellbeing across the county.
We are an independent charity focused on Lancashire. Whilst we work in partnership with the UK’s leading national mental health charity, Mind, we are a separate organisation and don’t receive any direct financial support from them. If you want the money you raise or donate to be spent on improving mental health and wellbeing in Lancashire please give to Lancashire Mind.
We are Lancashire Mind
Thanks to everyone who took part in Mental Elf 2018. Despite the cold and wet weather more than 350 elves participated in the 5k in Witton Park and lots of people enjoyed the festive market place. Thanks to our sponsors Motor Point Burnley, Kinnerton and Story Homes who helped to make it a great day for everyone and thanks to Lancashire Telegraph who’ve written a great feature article about Mental Elf.
Lancashire Mind’s 2019 workplace conference ‘Time To Talk About Wellbeing At Work’ is, very appropriately, being held on Time to Talk Day, 7th February 2019. The conference, in partnership with Lancashire Care Foundation Trust and the Federation of Small Businesses, invites employers from across Lancashire to hear from best practice speakers and take part in workshops.
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Together we can build a Happier Lancashire
Volunteers and supporters are a key part of achieving Lancashire Mind’s vision of mental wellbeing for all. Whether you work for us, volunteer your time, fundraise or simply follow the 5 ways to wellbeing in your daily life.
Connect with us
All of our activities take place in the community so we’re regularly out and about this great county of ours meeting people, running activities and taking part in events. Look out for the Lancashire Mind logo and come and say hello if you see us!
To contact us please fill out the form below:
Work for us: Lancashire Mind welcomes applications for our job vacancies from all members of the community, particularly those with a lived experience of a mental health condition.
If you’d like to be added to our mailing list to receive job alerts, follow the link below to sign-up.
Volunteer: volunteers are vital to our work across Lancashire, if you can give time to support us please get in touch.
Join our mailing list to receive regular updates from Lancashire Mind, including job alerts, volunteer opportunities, invites to events, and mental wellbeing information.
Opportunities for you
Be a part of the Happier Lancashire movement and make the five ways to wellbeing a way of life.
Help end mental health discrimination in Lancashire. Get involved with your local Time to Change Hub.
Register on our directory of local peer support groups, Side by Side and support each other by sharing experiences.
Get involved with the Mentally Healthy Workforce Forum and share good practice of workplace wellbeing. Follow us on LinkedIn