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Please vote for Havant and East Hants Mind in this poll – it only takes a click. 4 London Road have shortlisted us as a possible charity of the year. Last year this great wine bar and restaurant in Horndean raised thousands for its chosen charity. This year let’s make it HEH Mind. Many thanks for your support.
Welcome to the
Havant & East Hants Mind Website
This website is a mental health resource for residents of Havant and East Hampshire.
Havant and East Hants Mind work to promote good mental health within our locality. We seek to support and empower people to lead a full life as part of their local community.
To achieve these aims Mind:
- Promotes mental wellbeing within our community
- Works with mental health service users to promote recovery and to increase their influence over their own lives.
- Challenges discrimination and promote social inclusion.
- Works in partnership with other organisations.
- Campaigns and raises funds
- Involves service users with all aspects of our work
- Focuses on quality in service provision
6th September 2019
As we prepare for World Suicide Prevention Day (on 10th September 2019), we at HEH Mind are saddened to read the report published by the Office of National Statistics which identifies there has been an increase in the number of deaths caused by suicide. The ONS report states there has been an 11.8% increase in
10th June 2019
Havant and East Hampshire Mind is delighted to collaborate with Messy4Mind founder Tom Mills. “Our collaboration means we are able to offer supporters the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for HEH Mind by taking part in the Messy4Mind challenge.” Mike Lock, Community Development Officer, HEH Mind. Find out more about fundraising for HEH Mind,
8th June 2019
A huge thank you to everyone that attended Emma’s Gin Festival on Saturday 8th June. It was great to see you all enjoying the evening and the lovely atmosphere at Titchfield Festival Theatre. Your donations make a real difference in peoples’ lives. Thank you. We would also like to say a massive thank you to
We are one of two charities being considered for Charity of the Year by @fourlondonroad
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We are delighted to see new projects/ campaigns coming from the Mind Network.
Find out about your local Mind by using the Mind Map - https://t.co/KjwrD1UdC1
We collaborate with local Minds all over the UK, including our closest neighbours in Andover, Chichester and Southampton
Thanks for having us @HighburyCollege
It was great to hear some of your wellbeing activities & things that make you happy
We are excited to see the launch a new Mind Network pilot programme 'Mentally Healthy Universities' with the following local Minds leading the way:
Thank you to everyone that took part and supported the recent @Bootcamp_UK_HQ charity event.
Last week Bootcampers from Waterlooville, Fareham and Gosport competed in 8 different fitness tests to raised money for @HEH_Mind, with a total of £110 being raised.
@HEH_Mind @LS_Mind @mindchwf Thank you for the message of congrats. We are delighted to have been awarded this funding from Mind to address these issues for young black men. Anyone interested in finding out about our project can read about it here: https://t.co/dTIHAh7bC6
The upcoming Emsworth Health and Wellbeing Fair will be hosted in the Emsworth Baptist Church from 11am-3pm on Tuesday, 8 October 2019.
Make sure to come along to find out about local support, information and services.
See you there
Congratulations to @LS_Mind, @mindchwf and @cwmind who have been awarded funding to deliver pilot projects for the Young Black Men Programme.
This follows National Mind reporting evidence shows young black men are under-represented in early interventions and prevention.
We so pleased this is on offer from @HEH_Mind for younger people. It's been an absolute God send for so many young folks already.
Full details are below and more times and dates in our events diary.
#safehaven #MIND #havant #thepallantcentre
Today is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay, so it is a good time to remember:
- Every suicide is a tragedy
- Suicide is preventable
- There is support available
- Anyone can start a conversation
- Just listen
- Find out more if you would like to be able to signpost to support