Peer Led Activities – a chance to socialise in a safe place, get hands on with the Wildlife Trust, join a reading group and much more

Befriending – this is an opportunity to have one to one support if the activities are just not right for you

Volunteering – we have a wide range of volunteering roles that you can get involved in and full training will be delivered

Training – we have a variety of training available, but always happy to listen to demand and develop bespoke courses

Blogs – a place to share your stories, achievements, setbacks, determination or whatever is relevant to our community

Referral and Initial Information

Emergency Contact

Further Details

How can Futures in Mind Help?


Futures in Mind are committed to maintaining confidentiality. All information about you is kept securely and not shared with anyone outside our organisation without your permission, or unless exceptional circumstances occur. Your data is held electronically on a secure data base.
If we believe there is a risk of harm to you or others we will inform the appropriate persons (such as relevant agencies and services), but we would always endeavour to let you know about this in advance.