Mental Health Directory
Information on mental health services in Croydon
After suffering from depression, D hadn't worked for over a decade. Our Employment Services supported him over two years after he came to us saying he wanted to pursue a career in social care which he had been involved in many years before. Our structure programme of training and work experience enabled him to:
After 18 months, D felt ready with our help to approach employers and found a full time job in a private sector learning difficulties organisation. But we didn't leave him there. We mentored and supported him during his first months so that when, for example, he told us he had been working not just full time but overtime and was shattered, we helped him negotiate with his employer to keep to his normal hours and not endanger his mental health by overdoing it. We still communicate by e-mail monthly and D is doing really well in his new role.
Read more about our Employment Support Service here.
16 February 2018
We are looking for someone to fill the position of Social Networking Caseworker.
01 February 2018
The Mind in Croydon Welfare benefits Advice Line will be closed for general advice enquiries throughout February, due to oversubscribed appeal representation requests on our waiting lists and shortage of staff resources.
30 January 2018
Tickets are now on sale for the Mind in Croydon 50th Anniversary Celebration Dinner