Local Lambeth artist mORGANICo is creating a new public sculpture

Posted on: 26th August 2021

Read more

Helen Hayes MP debates Mental Health Act reform in Parliament

Lambeth & Southwark Mind were delighted that Helen Hayes, MP for Dulwich & West Norwood, was able to raise the Mental Health Act Reform in Parliament this week. Helen’s debate was held in Westminster Hall with the Minister of State for Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Patient Safety, Nadine Dorries MP, responding on behalf of […]

Posted on: 22nd June 2021

Read more

A Central Meeting Place

Four, for tea. Silver stout flask
full of steaming herbal tea.
Alice’s caring motherly skills
as she gingerly pours the tea.

Posted on: 3rd June 2021

Read more

Mental Health Charity and Local MP team up to tackle ethnic discrimination in the mental health system

Lambeth & Southwark Mind and Helen Hayes MP held an event discussing the importance of tackling ethnic discrimination in the mental health system, in particular those of Black African-Caribbean ethnicity. The well attended event focused on the charity’s response to the ‘Reforming the Mental Health Act’ public consultation which closed on April 21st, with Helen […]

Posted on: 27th April 2021

Read more

Lambeth and Southwark Mental Health Act Public Consultation Submission

Following on from our discussion on the Mental Health Act Reform on Wednesday 21st April 2021, we are proud to present our submission to the government. Helen Hayes MP for Dulwich and West Norwood submitted this on our behalf. If you would like to read the Consultation Submission then please click the link below to […]

Posted on: 21st April 2021

Read more

Mental Health Act Reform Must Tackle Discrimination

Lambeth & Southwark Mind are calling on the government to tackle the profound inequalities that exist across mental health services for people from ethnic minority communities, and in particular black African-Caribbean people. The charity will be submitting its response to the ‘Reforming the Mental Health Act’ public consultation which closes on April 21st, with Helen […]

Posted on: 20th April 2021

Read more

Time to Talk Day Thursday 4 February 2021

We will be joining Time to Change once again for Time to Talk Day on Thursday 4 February. Time to Talk Day is the day chosen to get the nation talking about mental health. This year’s event might look a little different, but at times like this open conversations about mental health are more important than ever. This year’s […]

Posted on: 3rd February 2021

Read more


Around 1994 there were big changes going on in homelessness provision around the country.  In London the “Spikes” hostels (AKA: resettlement units, which replaced workhouses) run by the DHSS as was, were being phased out and existing providers (St Mungo, Bondway, English Churches, Salvation Army etc) were being invited to tender for the contract.  I […]

Posted on: 3rd February 2021

Read more

Coronavirus and your wellbeing

We know that coronavirus and its impact are causing stress and worry for lots of people. Find out how you can support your mental health during this period. You might be worried about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include being asked to stay at home or […]

Posted on: 16th March 2020

Read more

Girls Can: Female artist SoFLY to run women’s graffiti workshop with Lambeth & Southwark Mind

Girls Can: An IWD graffiti celebration of the ongoing breakdown of gender stereotypes Sunday 8th March (1pm to 5pm) On International Women’s Day, Leake Street Arches will celebrate the ongoing breakdown of traditional gender stereotypes by encouraging women to try out the (still) male-dominated art form of graffiti Female artist, SoFLY, will run a women’s […]

Posted on: 24th February 2020

Read more

Working in partnership with: