Help us to be there to support mental wellbeing
Suffolk Mind is celebrating some of its volunteers – who are currently on their way to making 2,018 poppies to commemorate the centenary of Armistice Day next year.
Suffolk Mind is celebrating, after picking up a national award for its heritage and well-being centre in Ipswich.
This month stop smoking…and let’s all stop everything, just for a few minutes every day.
A project involving Gecko, a physical theatre company based in Ipswich, and charity Suffolk Mind has resulted in a new approach to addressing mental health.
We are thrilled to announce that Quay Place has been selected as one of the finalists in the National Lottery Awards 2017, best Heritage category.
Suffolk Mind pleased to be working together with Waterfront Life, Ipswich to help raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing to local students.
Suffolk Mind are holding a special event on Tuesday 23 May to celebrate the accomplishments of our Side by Side project and a showcase of peer group activities. The event is free and open to all to attend, there will be displays, lots of information and people to talk to about peer support.
Reliving the Moment'during the 15th - 20th May is a special week-long event helping people living with dementia to reconnect with past activities, events or experiences. Perhaps recalling a day at the beach or popping to the Coop or connecting to a favourite song.
Matthew McKeague from Cambridge is running the London Marathon on 23 April to raise money to help subsidise counselling services at Quay Place in Ipswich.