Mind in Enfield
Mind aim to promote and improve the psychological and social wellbeing of local people with mental health problems. Services include Psycho-social support, well-being activities, counselling, advocacy, advice on benefits, advice on housing, educational information on mental health, personal development courses and a well-being café.
Current Workshops include:
- Evening Open Sessions
- Hearing Voices Group
- Hand Sewing Workshops
- Jewellery Workshops
- Relaxation Workshops
- Womens Knitting Group
- Current Affairs Discussion
- Book Club
- Yoga Exercise for Health (Chair Based)
- Table Top Gardening
- Green Gym
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Mind in Enfield closed it's building in the middle of March to protect the welfare of vulnerable clients and staff from the effects of the Covid-19 virus. Since then staff have been working at home, and have established telephone counselling, and telephone advice (covering benefits and housing issues, excluding homelessness). In addition, the Wellbeing Service is setting up groups for activities, and hopefully new courses for remote delivery subject to funding.
The counselling and wellbeing service can be accessed through self referral, the advice team by medical professional referral. Should you, your family members, or friends want to reach those services, the direct new phone numbers are:
If people are not sure of what help they need but think Mind in Enfield may be able to support in some way, then they can call Reception on the new number: 0208 906 7506.
Also, there is a service called Enfield Connections run in association with Mind in Enfield. This is to sign-post for support or advice for issues ranging from debt management, homelessness, planning for later life, volunteering, health and wellbeing.
Full contact details for Enfield Connections service are: Monday to Friday between 10am and 3pm - you can call 020 3960 0129, SMS: 077 4164 7569, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are hearing impaired, you can call through NGTS by calling 18001 followed by 077 4164 7569. You can also submit an online enquiry form here
The page was last updated on 24 April 2020