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Friends in Need

Friends in Need is a way for people affected by depression to meet online, to help maintain recovery, meet new people and share experiences. This online community was created by the Depression Alliance. Following a merger between the Depression Alliance and Mind, it is now facilitated by Mind. (Friends in Need also have self-help groups ...

Oxfordshire Mind - Information Service

For any mental Health enquiry, large or small, Oxfordshire Mind provide information and signposting to mental health services for people living in Oxfordshire. The service can answer specific questions about mental health or mental health services or tell them about your situation and they will suggest some options for getting you help and support. Options ...

CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service) Central Oxfordshire

Our aim is to make sure than no one goes without the support they need. In Oxfordshire we provide a wide range of mental health services for children and young people (CAMHS) and community services. If you need our services, you can request help via our self-referral form, or you can call us on 01865 902 515, ...
01865 902 515 (Single Point of Access referral line)
01865 902 720 (Central Oxfordshire CAMHS)

Benefits for Better Mental Health (BBMH)

Benefits for Better Mental Health (BBMH), work alongside the Information Line and provide advice on benefit entitlement and help to gain and maintain the support you need. The service is open to anyone living in Oxfordshire who is claiming benefits (or wants to find out about their entitlement) because of a mental health problem. ...
01865 247788 ( Mon to Thurs, 9.30am to 4.30pm, Fri, 9.30am to 4pm)

Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Services

The Wellbeing Service is open to anyone over 18 and is accessed through an Options session. Options sessions are a conversation (face to face or by telephone) with a Mind Wellbeing Worker to explore a person’s mental health, wellbeing and what might be helpful. Options sessions can be booked via the Information Service. Wellbeing services ...

Cherwell and West Oxfordshire Wellbeing Hub (Banbury)

Oxfordshire Mind has Wellbeing Hubs in Abingdon, Banbury, Oxford and Witney, which are part of the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Service, split into three localities. Wellbeing Hubs provide peer support groups, a programme of short courses and workshops designed to promote wellbeing and many creative activities and groups. Some Peer support groups also take place in ...

TalkingSpace Plus

TalkingSpace Plus is a NHS service providing free, confidential and easy to access mental health care to people (18+) registered with an Oxfordshire GP. The service offers a range of evidence based talking therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), as well as wellbeing activities and employment support to people who are coping with low ...

Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Services

Oxfordshire Mind provides a wide range of services for children, young people and adults who want to improve or maintain their wellbeing and mental health. Sessions are run across Oxfordshire, to find out more and access our services, please contact our Information Line who can arrange an Options session and give you further details. Options ...

Oxford Safe Haven

If you experience a mental health crisis at the weekend, you can self refer to Oxford Safe Haven by calling 01865 903 037. Safe Haven is a non-clinical, face to face safe space to get short-term support in mental health crisis when other services are not available. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 6pm-10pm. To access ...
Telephone: 01865 903037
Mobile: 07710 092849 Lines are only open from 5pm on the day of the service.

Wellbeing in the Workplace

Oxfordshire Mind works with employers across the county to help them improve workplace wellbeing, improving staff understanding of mental health problems and support for people. Provide posters for your staff room or intranet promoting the Information Service. Adopt the Five Ways to Wellbeing for your wellbeing events to encourage staff to take care of their ...

Fundraising

Whether you want to run, cycle, disco, raffle or rumba for us, download our fundraising pack and tell us what you are doing, and we will send you some fundraising freebies. Every penny you fund-raise for us will help us help even more people who are affected by mental health problems, and we are incredibly ...

Branch Up - Oxford Hub

Oxford Hub offers a range of social action opportunities, which help people connect with the community and one another. Volunteering has been shown to support mental health, wellbeing, life satisfaction and self esteem. ...

Cherwell and West Oxfordshire Wellbeing Hub (Witney)

Oxfordshire Mind has Wellbeing Hubs in Abingdon, Banbury, Oxford and Witney, which are part of the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Service, split into three localities. Wellbeing Hubs provide peer support groups, a programme of short courses and workshops designed to promote wellbeing and many creative activities and groups. Some Peer support groups also take place in ...

Supported Housing Service

Oxfordshire Mind’s Supported Housing Service offers accommodation with support in Oxford City and in West and South Oxfordshire. Staff are available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and we have an on-call service out out of hours for emergencies. Accommodation is provided in various settings including large and small shared houses and self-contained flats. The ...
General enquiries: 01865 263 759
Mind Referral Coordinator: 01865 263 764

Workplace Training (Delivered by Oxfordshire Mind)

This service provides mental health training and support to help businesses create and maintain a positive working environment, enabling everyone to reach their potential. Courses provided: Understanding Mental Health; Workplace Wellbeing; Tools for Managers; Five Ways to Wellbeing; Suicide Prevention Awareness; Wellbeing for Freelancers and Self-Employed; Bespoke. These are delivered as full or half day ...

Children & Young People Services

We work with schools, colleges, CAMHS, local authorities, and third sector partners including Oxfordshire Youth to improve services for children and young people and campaign for positive change. Our services support children and young people to increase their knowledge and coping skills including innovative courses like Boxing and Wellbeing. As part of the Mental Wealth ...

The Mill (Oxford City Wellbeing Hub)

Oxfordshire Mind has Wellbeing Hubs in Abingdon, Banbury, Oxford and Witney, which are part of the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Service, split into three localities. Wellbeing Hubs provide peer support groups, a programme of short courses and workshops designed to promote wellbeing and many creative activities and groups. Some Peer support groups also take place in ...