Words for Wellbeing

In the New Year, Words for Wellbeing are launching a new kind of Cuckoo Young Writers group for 15-19 year olds, in partnership with Washington Mind, Tyne and Wear. Led by acclaimed poet and novelist Carolyn Jess-Cooke and group leader Hannah Morpeth, the group will be a chance for you to write away your worries and frustrations, Read More

‪#‎weRallbananas‬

The Washington Mind 13:TwentyFive Project is working with Youth Speak and several other local Mind organisations on the ‪#‎weRallbananas‬ anti stigma campaign.  To get involved please send your banana selfie to info@washingtonmind.org.uk

Save the Date

  Suicide Prevention Conference – 10th September 2015! This event is aimed at bringing together employers, their representatives, frontline staff, statutory and voluntary sector service providers and those committed to promoting the message that suicides can be prevented across the City of Sunderland. Further information and details of key speakers will follow. Look out for Read More

Reasons to Live

Starting 3rd August from 1pm – 3pm This is new group that will run over 6 weeks and is for those of us who have experienced suicidal thoughts During the course we will look at challenging stigma, Understanding suicidal thoughts. Hope Reasons to live. If interested or you require further information please contact 0191 417 Read More

A LIFE Worth Living Training

The Matt Palmer Trust is a non-profit organisation to support the mental well-being of men of all ages in the UK. Our vision is that men will find support required to enjoy strong mental well-being and not suffer alone. The Matt Palmer Trust has kindly funded Washington Mind to deliver A LIFE Worth Living suicide Read More

We need your votes!

Washington Mind’s project has been selected to go through to the Aviva Community Fund and we need your help to get as many votes as possible for our project by 30th May. We want to reduce social isolation and provide a range of activities for older people in our community. We would really appreciate your vote – Read More