- To increase social awareness and understanding of mental health
- To improve the quality of life for clients and carers by assisting them through appropriate services and projects
- To ensure services and projects are at all times relevant to the client’s needs through client participation
- To assist in the development of innovative services and projects, alternative to those services provided by Health and Social Services agencies in the statutory sector.
- Adult befriending service: Volunteer Befrienders offer a one-to-one supportive friendship (Aged 18 – 65)
- Young Persons’ Befriending Service: A Service for young people between the ages of 12 and 18 who are lonely, isolated or experiencing difficulty with day-to-day life
- Home Support Service: Clients are supported at home and given advice & information on every day living issues
- Counselling Service: One to one counselling is offered up to twelve sessions. sessions.
- Money and Benefits Advice Service: Assistance is given with home budget management and benefits claims
- Rural Access Service: Clients living in rural areas are supported at home
Drop-In and Groups Service: Peer Support and Groups Hub Service – focuses on peer support and group activities such as health and well-being, social activities, developing new skills, mental health self-management etc.
- Volunteering Opportunities: There are many opportunities for people to volunteer with one of Action in Mind services.
Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 5.00pm
Open late on Tuesdays.
19 Dean Crescent
Last updated: July 1, 2020 4:33 pm