Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale Mind

Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale Mind

Charity information

Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale Mind

We provide support to adults experiencing mental ill health in Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale and the Esk Valley. Support is designed to help people:

- Become healthier and better manage their mental health

- Lead full, independent and rewarding lives

- Become more involved, included and active in community life

- Reach their potential and the life they want to lead

Founded 1965

  • Mission statement

    Our vision is a community where everyone with mental ill health experiences compassion, opportunities, support and respect.

    Our Mission is to work in partnership to ensure that people with mental ill health in Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale and Esk Valley have access to personalised support that empowers and enriches their lives. We work to raise awareness and educate our community about mental health.

  • Aims

    Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale Mind aims to:

    • Tackle the causes of mental health, not symptoms, and to find realistic, sustainable solutions
    • To empower people to feel included in society by providing localised support, in their homes, neighbourhoods or communities
    • Support people to identify and achieve their personalised ambitions, identifying barriers to progression and supporting them to overcome these barriers
    • Support individuals to have a voice, whether through individual advocacy or regional campaigning for service improvement and new services
    • Challenge the stigma and discrimination that people may face. We do this at a local and regional level, as well as nationally through the Mind network
  • Overview

    Established: March 1965

    Registered Charity Number: 1133509

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 7

    Volunteers: 45

    Phone number: 01723 356562

    Address: The Spencer Suite, Falsgrave Community Resource Centre, Seamer Road, Scarborough YO12 4DJ

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