Listening to other people in the group helps. It's good to know other people are going through the same thing as you... you get relief... it's like a new day... like everything is lifted off your shoulders.

Member of a Hearing Voices Group

Welcome to Mind in Camden

We’re here for people who are facing challenging situations that affect their mental health and wellbeing.

We provide services for people in person and online, and we work in the local community with a range of partners who share our aims and values.

Please be aware that we do not provide counselling or drop-in services. If you are looking for counselling please visit our Resources and Links page here, or for drop-in sessions please visit Central London Samaritans. If you are a student looking for a counselling placement please see our Volunteering page.

In Crisis?

If you need help now in a crisis situation for yourself or someone else please click here


For a comprehensive directory of mental health and wellbeing services in Camden, visit


Directly Accessible Services

Phoenix Wellbeing & Recovery Service

Phoenix is a welcoming social space where you can come for practical, emotional and crisis support with our recovery staff and volunteers.

London Hearing Voices Network

Launched in 2005, as a London-wide capacity building project to increase the quality and quantity of peer support groups for adults who hear voices or see visions

Free Support Groups

Free support groups are where members of the Phoenix community come together to share experiences and support one another.

Voice Collective Youth Project

Around 8% of children and young people hear voices or see things that other people don’t. It’s much more common than many people think.

Healthy Minds

Healthy Minds is a Mind in Camden Project aimed at supporting adults who may be struggling with their mental health, feeling isolated or disconnected with their community.

Services We Provide in the Community

Social Prescribing Services

For people within primary care whose struggles might not be supported by more ‘conventional’ approaches, for example people experiencing social isolation, complicated relationships, physical health issues that aren’t easily diagnosed or treated, and extremely low mood.

Cultural Advocacy Project

Supports and develops mental health projects with BAME community groups and organisations to promote good mental health and wellbeing across communities.

Voices Unlocked

Establishing and supporting a sustainable network of Hearing Voices Groups in prisons, secure units and Immigration Removal Centres.


Support our work

As with any charity, the support we receive from individuals and charitable trusts helps us to continue to provide our essential services. However, support isn’t all about money – we value any kind of contribution you may be able to make to our services or organisation.

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