Since 1995 we’ve been helping people in Teesside to take care of their mental health.

We're committed to working with every community and individual across Teesside to make sure they can access support to improve their emotional wellbeing.

Who are we?

We're a member of the national Mind network and work within the quality standards of Mind, but all our work is delivered right here in Teesside and is focused entirely on supporting the local community.

Since our inception, we've worked hard to develop what we do in response to local issues and the growing demand for our help. 

Now, we work with over 15,000 people in Teesside every year to improve their mental health and wellbeing in lots of different ways.

What’s our mission?

It's our goal that everyone on Teesside has the knowledge and resources they need to enjoy good mental health and live full and happy lives.

We campaign locally to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding of what good mental health looks like.

Our Values

Everything we do is shaped by our values.



    We genuinely care about local people and the work that we do to support them. We treat people with the respect and dignity they deserve.



    All our staff and volunteers are skilled in the work they do and are supported by us. We're constantly working to ensure our environment is safe and beneficial to you.



    People trust us with their personal stories. We appreciate this isn’t easy and are grateful for people’s confidence in us. We take confidentiality very seriously.



    We’re committed to finding the best support for you. We can tailor our services to meet your needs as we know finding help for mental health issues can be difficult. If we can't help you, we'll find the right support from other local organisations.



    It can be difficult to ask for help and there’s still much stigma associated with mental health. When people come to us for support, our response is warm and welcoming. Our staff and volunteers are helpful and friendly. We don’t judge people.