The Resilience Network is a partnership of voluntary mental health organisations, including Mind in Camden.
The other partners in the network are:
Likewise is charity and community centre in Camden that works with people from all backgrounds to support them with innovative approaches in social care, mental health, and community. They provide a range of social activities and a one-to-one service supporting people to live independently.
The Advocacy Project
The Advocacy Project helps marginalised communities to speak up, understand their rights and make choices. They work on an individual, group and community level across London and bring issues of national significance to the attention of decision-makers. They also offer free, independent, confidential advocacy and user involvement services.
Hillside Clubhouse is a resource for people with mental health problems that makes social inclusion and participation in everyday life a reality. Staff work with members to run the Clubhouse, supporting members with getting paid jobs, having a social life, and going to college.
Voiceability work with over 30,000 people in local communities every year, and influence policy-making nationally to make sure people’s voices are heard.
They offer a range of services, such as group advocacy and user involvement networks, Peer Mentors, Experts by Experience, Quality Checkers and Speak Out Leaders working to get views heard and rights respected.
Rethonk improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through a network of local groups and services, expert information and successful campaigning.
It provides services (mainly community support, including supported housing projects), support groups, and information through a helpline and publications.
Camden & Islington Recovery College
The Recovery College team co-produce mental health and wellbeing training courses.
Their tutors have professional and lived experience of mental and physical health challenges. They include staff peer and professional tutors as well as psychologists, occupational therapists, nurses and social workers from Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust, as well as experts from the Third Sector, including Mind in Camden, and Castlehaven.