Let’s make Lancashire the beacon county for mental wellbeing.
There’s a lot of good work going on that you can support and promote.

By leading the charge in challenging societies views of mental health and promoting mental wellbeing we can decrease peoples risk of developing a mental health condition. Through collaboration and innovation we can develop and nurture new ways of working to ensure everyone is treated with the respect they deserve and can be a full and active member of their local community and an equal in society.

Latest news

Prevention is the solution. We welcome the statements made by the Prime Minster in her speech about transforming mental health support; specifically the promise of a substantial increase of prevention work in schools and workplaces. These are areas that Lancashire Mind has already identified as priorities if we are to achieve our vision.
Our CEO, Stewart Lucas, joins national Mind’s CEO, Paul Farmer, in urging the Government to ensure that mental health becomes a priority for decades to come. Further details and the full statement from Paul Farmer can be found on Mind’s website.

Job opportunities. Application deadline for Transformational Coach closes on Monday 6th February 2017.

Headstart commission. We have been successful in our bid to deliver universal resilience training across West Lancashire which means that in academic years 2017/18 and 18/19 we will be providing resilience classes to every year 5 child in Blackpool. We are looking for volunteers to assist our project coordinator working with a whole year 5 class. If your interested follow this link to apply.

Mental Elf 2016. Our annual 5k family fun run, took place on 4th December at Witton Park in Blackburn and was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who took part. Visit the Mental Elf page