We had an amazing day at Outcome’s Islington Mind LGBTQ service on October 31st 2018. The day attracted over 100 guests and included tasters of Outcome’s therapeutic activities such as creative writing and Indian head massage. CLASH (Central London Action on Sexual Health) came to promote their service and the launch of a sexual health clinic at Outcome. Islington’s Pride also promoted their new project which will be starting at Outcome, working with our service users to collect and celebrate Islington’s LGBTQ heritage. Guests came from many organisations, including Survivors UK, Galop, Camden Mind, National Mind, Wandsworth LGBTQ Forum, Hackney and City Mind, and Camden LGBTQ forum. Following an amazing home-cooked lunch, a drama performance took place in the afternoon, as well as an open-mic session - both of which provoked laughter as well as tears. Feedback from service users and guests was very positive, with many organisations suggesting closer work with Outcome in order to further benefit service users. The day was hugely significant in its celebration of the strength and creativity of service users and in promoting Outcome to other organisations and potential service users ... See MoreSee Less
Never been to a yoga class? Don’t know where to start? Worried you couldn’t keep up? Yoga for non yogis is a 1 ½ hour workshop for absolute beginners. It’s open to Factory Gym members and non-members. You'll be asked to donate generously on the day to Islington Mind. You’ll learn: what you ...
On Sunday 28 October the Business Design Centre will be hosting an evening of music and entertainment in aid of Islington Giving, the Brain Tumour Charity and ourselves - £5 voluntary donation welcome ... See MoreSee Less
Every Thursday at our Ashley Road centre is Women’s Day – a female-only day that provides a range of support, opportunities to socialise, groups, activities and lunch https://www.islingtonmind.org.uk/our-services/integrated-community-support/ashley-road/
More than 6,000 victims on rape support waiting list! This can't continue. We need sufficient, long term, sustainable funding so survivors get the right support when they need it. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51178668
Our Community Recovery and Crisis Enablement Service offers a 16-week focused intervention which can include a volunteer to help reach your desired goals. Ad-hoc support is also offered https://www.islingtonmind.org.uk/our-services/structured-integrated-support/crce/