On Saturday April 1st we are holding a special fundraising event for Leeds Mind- A funk and Soul DJ night. Bring your dancing shoes! Real Ale Bar, great music, dancing, food......More information about the event and tickets are available here..... https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leeds-mind-marathon-fundraiser-funk-and-soul-dj-night-tickets-32618522880
Leeds Mind Runners have the privilege of taking part in the “Heads Together” 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon
Mind has been chosen as one of the eight partner charities for the “Heads Together” Campaign, founded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and has the privilege of being the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon Charity of the Year Earlier this year we were lucky enough to be given the opportunity
"Oh what a drag " Date Saturday 8th October 7.30pm - 10.30pm Venue Village Hotel Tingley £30 pp and for this you get... a 3 course meal, and the excellent Drag Act dance the night away with the DJ, take part in some games, win a great prize in our raffle!
Changing Gear course Venue - Space, 53a Great George Street LS1 3BB Time - 1-3pm on 11th Oct - 29th November (with a break on 15th November) The course is for people who identify with the term Dual Diagnosis relating to experiencing issues with substance misuse & your mental health. To attend you must be
Inkwell Arts Media Team have made this incredible animation they recorded, edited and presented all in a matter of hours at the Mindful Employer Conference last week. https://youtu.be/DJd5d7RoKYg
Leeds Mind Peer Support are working with the Leeds Music Hub to pilot this 7 week peer support course, aimed at supporting musicians' Wellbeing. The sessions will help to develop your understanding of mental health, what affects it and how you can build and maintain it; look at how your relationship with yourself and others
The Peer Support team are excited to announce that Tony Frais, author of a number of publications for carers, is coming to Clarence House to give a talk on “coping with depression for carers”. Tony’s description of the talk is as follows: “Looking after a person with depression can often leave carers emotionally and physically