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We need volunteer Mentors!

You can develop your skills and experience whilst supporting people experiencing mental or emotional wellbeing challenges. For many people mentoring can be hugely rewarding as it provides the opportunity to ‘give back’. It can also be a stepping-stone to employment and or professional training.

All we ask for is a commitment of 2 hours per fortnight, for at least 6 months. 

Mentoring Minds FAQs

Trained volunteers provide one-to-one support to promote social inclusion. They support and encourage people to access their own community and create social opportunities. This helps increase their self confidence and social interactions.

Anyone who is aged 18+ and experiences mild to moderate mental wellbeing challenges. Anyone who is ready to take active steps to work towards recovery goals which will include reducing social-isolation, improving confidence and self-esteem.

If you would like to make a referral, please firstly read our Referral Criteria and Guidelines around the Mentoring Minds service to ensure your referral is suitable for the service.

Adults (18+) can be referred by a professional. For example, a GP, Support worker, Community Mental Health Team (CMHT), Active Monitoring practitioner or Mental Health Nurse.

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