What we do

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Our 200 passionate employees and over 80 dedicated volunteers are helping people with mental health issues find somewhere to turn for advice, information and support in Oxfordshire.

From working directly with our services users in our network of locations across the county, to managing people, digital services or raising vital funds, you are sure to find the right opportunity to make a difference.

Our Services

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Our Adult Mental Health team work with individuals who are being discharged via recovery focused sessions which support individuals to access services within the local community.

This team gives advice and support on welfare benefits available to support people with mental health problems and their carers. Find out more.

The Information Line is for any mental health enquiry, large or small, serving people affected by mental ill health, as well as families, friends, carers and professionals. We also produce the Mind Guide to mental health support in Oxfordshire as well as a Youth Mind Guide. Find out more.

At Oxfordshire Mind we provide over 30 free, friendly, informal peer support groups across Oxfordshire, bringing together people who have a shared experience of mental health challenges in a safe and welcoming space. Find out more.

The Physical Wellbeing team offer advice and support on how physical activity can help mental health, with tips for choosing an activity that works, and how to overcome barriers.  They also run programmes such as the Walking for Wellbeing programme. Find out more.

Wellbeing Workers deliver 1-to-1 sessions for people with mental health issues or other social or lifestyle issues that are impacting on their wellbeing. Find out more.

Safe Haven is an out of hours support service for people to discuss difficulties and engage in distractions if they need short-term support mental health support during a mental health crisis. Find out more.

Oxfordshire Mind offer a series of wellbeing courses to individuals and workplaces both online and face to face throughout the year. Find out more.

We work with children, young people and their families in schools and other settings including our work with partners in the Mental Wealth Academy project and annual Youth in Mind conferences. Find out more.

Oxfordshire Mind’s supported housing service offers accommodation with support in Oxford City and in West and South Oxfordshire.  The service is aimed at Oxfordshire residents with mental health problems aged 18-65 who would struggle to live independently. Find out more.

With a variety of roles across the organisation, and volunteer support through training and regular group supervision. Our volunteers are a valued addition to our paid workforce. Find out more.

Our central support teams include: