April marks the start of Stress Awareness Month Stress Awareness Month has been held every April, since 1992 to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic. Despite this running for 28 years we have got a long way to go. According to the Mental health Foundation 74% of
Our Community Cafes are not able to run right now but our lovely team are keeping regular contact with the people that usually attend.They need support more than ever at this anxious time. We are not funded by Mind and rely on fundraising and small grants to keep afloat. The Coronavirus pandemic means we aren’t able
We wanted to share this fantastic concert that was held in Kingston upon Thames in January. The group was called Philomela which is Latin for nightingale. They raised us £368.85! Thank you so much to everyone involved, every penny stays in Cornwall to help support our local communities.
There is great community spirit happening across the county during this difficult time. If you are isolated, lonely, can’t get to a shop easily, self isolating and can’t walk the dog, need a prescription getting or just want to hear a human voice, then here are some great sources of help and support starting. We
Cornwall Mind (and its predecessors Carrick Mind and Restormel Mind) has been supporting the people for Cornwall for well over 20 years. We have a very small group of dedicated part time staff and committed volunteers, many with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Cornwall is a very rural county with difficult transport links particularly
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 avoid other people. This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing. We share this Mind information
A huge thanks to Mr Templeton and the Year 9 and Year 10 boys of Newquay Tretherras for hosting a sponsored football match to raise awareness and funds for Cornwall Mind. Mr Templeton said, “I am so proud of all the hard work the boys have put into raising money for Cornwall Mind. They have
Thank you so much to the Falmouth Fugro team! They raised an incredible £1000 for us in their Christmas raffle! We are absolutely delighted! We really appreciate this generous donation, thanks for your support everyone! All money we receive stays and gets spent in Cornwall, supporting our local communities.
Monday 17th February was Random Acts of Kindness Day 2020. Hendra Holiday Park did something lovely for us…… “Today is random acts of kindness day. We should all try and be kinder to each other, a little kindness can go a long way and make you and somebody else feel good. To be kind, and thankful, we