Job Vacancy: Project Worker

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  Mental Health Project Workers (2x posts) We are looking for two dynamic and enthusiastic LGBTQ people with mental health and suicide prevention service delivery experience to support the running of our wellbeing, peer support and case work services. Full time post: 35 hours per week Full time salary: £25,042 pa pro rata Part time … Read more

Job Vacancy: Administrator

Administrator 35 hours per week £19,359 Join our friendly team, supporting us to deliver a range of LGBTQ mental health services. We need an experienced administrator to run office systems, databases, IT and social media. Closing date: 5pm, Wednesday 27 October 2021 Interviews will be held on Tuesday 2 November Please visit our jobs page for an … Read more

Introducing Chris, our Suicide Prevention Worker

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MindOut’s Suicide Prevention Worker, Chris Barker, supports LGBTQ people experiencing suicidal thoughts and suicidal distress, and helps develop coping strategies and safe plans. Chris also assists service users in accessing other services and emotional support whist they are on the waiting list to join our suicide prevention support groups. For 21 years, MindOut has been … Read more

Job Vacancy: Online Support Coordinator

35 hours per week Salary: £27,306 pa Experienced, enthusiastic coordinator sought to develop our national LGBTQ mental health online support service. You will be leading and supporting a team of volunteers to deliver our established and busy service. Closing date 5pm Thursday 30th September. Interviews will be held on Monday 4th October. Please visit our … Read more

MindOut ambassador and alt-R&B singer, ABISHA, talks LGBTQ mental health

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Hi Abisha, thanks for talking to MindOut and being an LGBTQ mental health super hero! Can you tell us a bit about your own mental health challenges? I think that I face a lot of the same challenges as the majority of people my age. I’ve struggled with anxiety since I can remember. I was … 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

MindOut’s Spring and Summer online training programme

We’ve been proud to provide LGBTQ inclusion and Affirmative Practice training for the last 13 years and 2021 has been delightfully busy for our expanding Training Programme. Our Trans 101, A-Z of Inclusion and bespoke workshops have never been more popular! Since we’re deeply passionate about helping organisations and professionals to become more confident in … Read more

Talking mental health with MindOut’s CEO, Helen Jones

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When did you first become aware of your own mental health? I grew up in a family where mental health was often talked about. My mother had bi-polar and my father was often depressed, so I was aware of mental health issues from a very young age. I saw first hand how prejudiced people were … Read more