Here at North Lincolnshire Mind, we are offering a variety of services that would meet every individual's needs.
We are trying our best to offer good value for North Lincolnshire community and our services are constantly changing.
If you need more information about any of our services please call the office on 01724 279 500.
Confidential Listening Service
Confidential Listening service is a 1 to 1 service for people who struggle with mild to moderate and more common mental health issues like depression and anxiety.
This gives you the chance to speak to one of the teams in confidence, discuss any issues you may have, and explore effective ways of coping.
Please note that this service is only available by appointment.
WRAP is a personal framework to give you ways of feeling better and managing your symptoms. It is a useful way of organising a lot of the techniques or ‘wellness tools’ that you may already use for easy reference and recognizing any triggers that may cause you to feel unwell. It helps you to learn about yourself and can develop alongside your own recovery.
You also have the option to put together a crisis plan for your workers or family to consult if needed.
WRAP runs every Monday from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. Please call us to book your place.
Sometimes we all struggle with stress and worry and we might need a bit of help in coping with it.
Coping with Life is a short 4 session support group that would provide you with tools and techniques on how to increase resilience, become more assertive, and help manage worry and stress.
Coping with Life course runs every Friday from 2 pm to 3 pm. Please call our office to register.
Whether you are just going through a stressful time or started your mental health recovery, our Recovery College will definitely have something to offer.
We offer a range of free courses for everyone to help benefit your wellbeing, manage signs of poor mental health and provide access to good mental health information and support.
Courses range from 1 session short courses for those who need just a little bit of support, to longer 4 session courses for those who want to delve deep and learn new ways of coping, get to know their mental health better and focus on mental health education.
All our courses are completely FREE of charge, and all hybrid so you can join the course either in person at our Fenton St office or online. Please note that Recovery College courses are for 18 + only.
To book your place please come to one of our Enrolment Days on the first Monday of the month or call us on 01724 279 500 for more details.
Please note that the places on any of the courses are limited, so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Safe Space is a late night support line for people 16 years and over. Trained support workers can support people to manage thoughts of self-harm, low mood, and anxiety, to help prevent them from reaching crisis point.
Safe Space is available every day from 4 pm until midnight.
Please call 01724 279 500, leave a message and one of the trained staff members will call you back.
Peer Support session is for everyone who wants to expand their social circle. You can come along to chat with our other members, volunteers, and staff or you can join in a range of activities provided alongside the sessions.
Peer support is open Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 3:45 pm.
Activities include board games, bingo, games on the Wii, arts and craft etc.
Please note that in order to participate in Peer Support sessions you would need to book an initial assessment appointment.
An exciting new project is being delivered in partnership with VANL, Westcliffe Community Works, and Crosby Community Association. If you are a parent of a child under 5 living in Scunthorpe and feel like you need support to deal with issues affecting the well-being of your family, please contact us to hear about the confidential non-judgemental support that this project provides.
The project focuses on families with children 5 years and under and aims to address the issues faced by the families. Support workers can help with parenting, coaching, mentoring, and working towards personal goals, mental health, relationships with family, friends, and the wider community, and navigating and improving relationships with other agencies (schools, health, social workers, etc).
For more information about the project see here