Healthy Minds

Coronavirus update for Healthy Minds

page updated  12/04/21

Hello everyone,

We hope you are keeping safe and well. With spring now officially here, we at the Healthy Minds office are looking forward to a summer of activities and can’t wait to be able to meet in person again.

Below you will find April’s Calendar of events. Like last month, these are online activities. We will be delivering a range of in-person and outdoor activities from May onwards.

There are four new offers this month including the Thames Archaeology Talk, The British Museum: What’s behind the Mask Digital Walk & Talk, Mindfulness with Music, An Acting and Storytelling Workshop & Our new Healthy Minds, Healthy Relationships Group.

Please see below for an exciting new group due to start later this month: Healthy Minds, Healthy Relationships.

Please click to download our April events calendar:   April 2021

Here is your copy of the Digital Collective for the week commencing the 12th April 2021:


We’d be hugely grateful if you could fill out our short survey here so that we can improve the Digital Collective and make sure we’re sending you the content you find the most useful.



Art Therapy with Likewise. To find out more, click    here    to download their flyer.


The Healthy Minds, Healthy Relationships group is a FREE 10-week self-development group, which will be a safe place to explore how you relate with others.It will also be a space where you can work through what are sometimes referred to as “difficult” emotions such as loss, anger, fear, sadness etc.

When: starting on 22 April 2021. UPDATE : This group is now fully booked but another will be running later this year

Where: online  -with the intention to meet in person when it is safe to do so.

To access this group, please first register with the Healthy Minds Community Programme. You can download the flyer here

To join our programme, please complete our online HMCP Referral Form or give us a ring on 020 7241 8996 and one of our team will be in touch.

Our usual referral process

You can find all the below information in our service flyer Healthy Minds Flyer and complete our online referral form here

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 free access to a wide range of 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.

About the Service

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, or would like some additional support in finding out what their local area has to offer them.

The Programme has partnered with a range of different community providers to offer our participants free access to workshops, courses and group activities, to support people living in Camden to improve their wellbeing. We can offer 1:1 sessions with trained Navigators to help people to identify their interests, uncover passions and to plan and pursue their goals and 1:1 sessions with sports buddied to support your physical fitness goals.

Who’s the service for?

Healthy Minds welcomes all adults 18+ who are Camden Borough residents.

Unfortunately we cannot accept out of borough referrals unless you have a registered GP in Camden.

What happens after I’ve registered?

Once registered with Healthy Minds participants will have access to up to 12 months of activities which you can use to tailor your own personal schedule. For those who are interested in furthering your education or skills, we can provide financial support for courses at The Mary Ward Adult Education Centre.

How do I refer?

You can refer yourself or refer on someone else’s behalf.

Step 1: Download the attached referral form, complete and return this – get in touch if you need us to send you a copy.

Step 2: We will arrange a suitable time for you to come in to Mind in Camden to meet with a member of our team. This is called an Initial Meeting.

Step 3: In the Initial Meeting we will tell you more about the programme and what support we can offer, assess suitability, complete relevant paperwork and answer any questions you may have. This meeting usually takes about an hour.

Step 4: You’re registered! You are now able to book on to workshops and courses for free. We will keep you informed on what is happening locally and connect you with additional support if required.

Contact Details

Phone: 020 7241 8996


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

Volunteer Opportunities

We hold regular volunteer training for both our Navigator and Sports Buddy roles. For more information please get in touch directly or check out our volunteers page.