Job Vacancy: Communications and Marketing Officer

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Communications and Marketing Officer 21 hours a week, £28,325 pa (£16,995 pro rata) £25,492 pa (£15,295 pro rata) during first six month probationary period. The main purpose of this role will be to enable MindOut to communicate effectively with its beneficiaries, become the authoritative source of information relating to LGBTQ mental health in the UK … Read more

The Big Give Christmas Challenge, 2021

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This year MindOut has been selected to participate in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2021, which is the UK’s largest match funding campaign. We’ve set the target of raising £4K for our counselling services and all donations will be match funded for 7 days from 12pm on the 30th November, #GivingTuesday. One donation, twice the … Read more

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Join MindOut’s #MentalHealthMatters fundraiser and help us raise £3000! Prizes to be won! The Covid19 pandemic has thrown the UK into a mental health crisis. This March a national Mental Health Matters Crowdfunder has been launched to raise funds and draw attention to the mental health challenges people are facing today. 40% of LGBTQ people … Read more

In conversation with Hannah, our Community Mental Health Advocate

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What is your role at MindOut? I am the Community Mental Health Advocate at MindOut. This means that we work with our clients to help them have their voices heard, to inform them of their rights, and to support them with various practical issues surrounding mental health. Pre lockdown, I would accompany clients to benefits … Read more

Coming out of lockdown with MindOut

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With the gradual relaxation of lockdown we wanted to update you about how MindOut will continue to help you in the coming months. We know that it continues to be a difficult time of uncertainty and restrictions and many people within LGBTQ communities are unable to access critical support and NHS services to support their … Read more

Joe White, on a decade of using MindOut services

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Service user, Joe, talks to us about how MindOut saved his life. “At this precise moment in time with lockdown, without MindOut I would probably be dead.” When did you first hear about MindOut?  I’ve used MindOut’s services for a long time, since around 2010.  Which MindOut services have you used? Peer support groups including … Read more

MindOut’s top tips for LGBTQ Mental Health during the lockdown

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We are all likely to experience mental health challenges during the coronavirus outbreak. Here are MindOut’s top tips for living with stress, isolation, anxiety and depression. Ask for help: LGBTQ people wait longer than the rest of the population to ask for support, you don’t have to. Contact MindOut, your GP, friends, family, neighbours if … Read more

MindOut responds on Trans Rights

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PRESS RELEASE –                                       28th April 2020 LGBTQ Mental Health Charity responds to Equality Minister’s announcement on Trans Rights MindOut,a mental health service run by and for LGBTQ communities, operates one of the few Trans Mental Health Advocacy services in the UK and is concerned about the implications for trans rights in the Women and … Read more

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