Temporary closure due to funding difficulties – This group will close at the end of July and is no longer taking referrals.  The information below is for information purposes only.

Who is Kindred Minds for?

Kindred Minds is a drop-in group for people aged 18 and above from African/Caribbean heritage backgrounds experiencing difficulties with mental health.

What can I expect from this group?

You can expect to join a network of mental health service users from different African/Caribbean Heritage with a focus on mutuality, shared learning and friendship. Participants can choose which topics they’d like to discuss and have the chance to share information they think may be helpful to others. 

When is Kindred Minds Forum held?

It is on Mondays, fortnightly from 4pm – 6pm.

Where is it held?

During the COVID19 pandemic, this group meets online using Zoom (www.zoom.com). To take part you will need to make an account for yourself at the Zoom website, download and install Zoom. After you have joined the group the facilitator will email you the details needed by Zoom to log in for a session. Five minutes before each the session starts, start Zoom, chose “Join a Meeting”, enter the details we have sent you. Each session uses the same details.

In my opinion, Kindred Minds is a very welcoming and safe space full of interesting, talented and dynamic people. In my time with the group, I have received encouragement and support which has been very helpful for me. Every time I attend Kindred Mind I always learn something new and useful and always look forward to the meetings. What sets Kindred Minds apart is that it is therapeutic, without being clinical, and it is run by the members for the members


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