Mental Health Directory
Information on mental health services in Croydon
Steph, who started Boxercise with Mind in Croydon has just won her 3rd Amateur boxing bout and hopes to gain a British University Championships Medal.
She says; “The Boxing with Duke, organised through Mind in Croydon’s Active Mind’s service, has really helped me in terms of everyday life also. I gained the confidence to embark on a Masters Degree in September in Sports Management. It's been very challenging but I've so far gained some great grades and again boxing has really helped me to focus and to deal with the stresses of this in a constructive way. I’ve also heard this week that I’ve been successful in my application to work for Mind as part of the “Get Set to Go” programme”.
"I'm thoroughly looking forward to inspiring other people with mental health difficulties to access sport, to work on their individual recovery and receive the amazing benefits of taking part in sport"
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