Healthy Minds

Check out our new Autumn/Winter 2018 programme of activities!

Do you live in Camden?

Would you like to take part in a community-based course, workshop or activity? Or perhaps you would like to get fitter, or share your skills and experiences through a volunteer scheme to help others?

Healthy Minds offers a wide range of free and low-cost activities to help you discover an activity that’s enjoyable and just right for you. And, if you need a hand deciding, a Healthy Minds navigator or sports buddy will help.

Healthy Minds Community Programme, from Mind in Camden

It’s all too easy for hobbies and interests to pass us by, or feel out of reach, when we’re facing some of life’s tougher challenges. Maybe you are living with a mental health problem, or have faced bullying, racism, discrimination, trauma, poverty or social exclusion? Maybe you are trying to build a new life in Camden, or have survived a difficult time but don’t know where to begin to reconnect with life? Whatever your story, if you live in Camden and you would to access community based courses, workshops and activities – Healthy Minds Community Programme welcomes you.

Mind in Camden is grateful to the following partners:

  • The British Museum – a museum of the world for the world
  • The Roundhouse – the legendary Chalk Farm venue
  • London Wildlife Trust – dedicated to protecting the capital’s wild spaces
  • Wandsworth & Westminster Mind
  • GoodGym – helping you to get fit and help your community
  • Mary Ward Centre – the friendly place to learn
  • Bengali Workers Association – advice and advocacy for all age groups and ethnicities

We are also delighted to have the following supporters on this programme:

  • TriYoga
  • Talk for Health
  • Camden Active
  • Cecil Sharp House
  • Camden Arts Centre
  • Zoological Society of London


Hear our stories

Read about how our Sports Buddy Jacquie got on at our Outdoor Gym Session held at Cantelowes Gardens!

Jacquie’s Outdoor Gym Session Experience

Sports Buddies

Are you interested in exploring ways to get fitter or to take up a sports activity, but don’t know where to start?  Would you like to take more exercise but feel self-conscious in groups, or perhaps you haven’t found a way to keep fit that is affordable or enjoyable? Why not meet a Sports Buddy who will support you to find a fitness programme that’s right for you.

Click to download the Autumn/Winter 2018 Healthy Minds Community and Get Set to Go programme

Contact details

Healthy Minds Community Programme and Get set to go: 020 7241 8996 or