Hull and East Yorkshire Mind

Contact Details

Wellington House
108 Beverley Rd


01482 240200


About Us

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind helps people improve their mental health. It raises the aspirations and confidence of those it works with in order for them to live as independently as possible, through housing, one to one and group support. It plays an educational and preventative role in helping people avoid mental ill-health and undertakes campaigning work to challenge stigma and discrimination whilst promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.

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Our Latest News

The impact of mental illness and particularly severe and enduring mental illness can be devastating. Not only for those directly affected but also their families, friends, colleagues and loved ones. It can destroy employment, housing, financial stability, relationships, physical health, friendships, hope and ambition.

We know that with proper support these things can be either avoided or improved for many people.

One in four people will experience a mental health problem every year. This means that there is someone touched by mental health problems in almost every family and business.

When we ask people why they come to us for help they tell us it is because there is nobody else that can help, they trust us and they know others who we have helped.

We deliver a range of services that are all designed to help people recover and move on into living independently. These include

  • Help to manage relationships, finance and housing
  • Help to find employment
  • Help to manage the symptoms of mental illness
  • Help to make friends and reduce isolation
  • Campaigning to make sure people with mental health problems are treated fairly and not discriminated against

Please visit our website for more information  Here

How Donations Will Be Used

Donations will be used to help people with mental health issues in Hull and the East Riding, and to raise awareness and promote better mental health services in the local area.