Become a Member
Everyone from North Lincolnshire are welcome to become members of North Lincolnshire Mind. As a member you would be entitled to vote in Annual general meetings!
Please note that membership fee is £5 per year.
If you will want to take a step further and start taking responsibility of any kind you will receive appropriate support and guidance throughout your role.
Become a Volunteer
An important part of recovery for those with mental illness is sharing experiences to help others. We recognise that personal experience matters, so if you eventually wish to provide support you could have the opportunity to become a volunteer. You can also use your expertise to join the panel for recruiting new volunteers to the centre. Speak to a member of staff to discuss your options.
Our exciting new project 'First Steps Forward' (Best Start For All) in partnership with VANL, Westcliffe Community Works and Crosby Community Association is looking for enthusiastic people who are passionate about making a positive difference for families in North Lincolnshire.
As a Volunteer you will be asked to:
Offer parental support and guidance
Provide support to identify life goals
Help families build better relationships
Offer emotional and practical support where needed
Offer support to keep families and their children safe
Offer a safe and reliable connection to families and partner organisations
Offer support at external activities and groups
For more info about the project see here or contact Lynne at VANL on 01724 845 155 to inquire about volunteering with us .
We are always looking for new trustees to join our board. If you have skills that you think could benefit our small charity, have some time available and want to make decisions about how North Lincolnshire Mind is run we would love to hear from you. For more information about how to become a trustee please contact us by calling 01724 279500.
Here at North Lincolnshire Mind we try to involve our service users in service delivery and decision making as much as possible. That is why we regularly hold open meetings for our service users. This is the opportunity for everyone to voice their ideas, concerns, to get latest information about mental health, new services available and our new projects as well as any future planning. We believe that when well informed our service users can help us run our charity, that is why the minutes of an executive committee meetings and the report of annual general meeting are available to everyone in the reception area.