Recruitment of Hillingdon Mind Trustees
You want to make a positive difference in the lives of people who experience mental health or addiction issues?
You are keen to support our campaign to overcome stigma and discrimination?
You have relevant experience and skill to help sustain and develop our work?
We are seeking to appoint suitably motivated and experienced persons to join us as
People with mental health or addiction issues are amongst the most vulnerable people in our communities. They continue to be subject to various forms of stigma and discrimination. As a Trustee of Hillingdon Mind you will have opportunities:
to help shape the direction of our work
to make a positive change in people’s lives
to enhance people’s health and well-being
to create more inclusive and wholesome communities in Hillingdon
You will experience the satisfaction of making a difference.
For an informal discussion about the Trustee role and it’s implications, please contact the Director of Hillingdon Mind on 01895 271559
Trustee Application Pack
Trustee Application Form
Sky Diving Again for Hillingdon Mind!
On 6th July Paul Swift is doing another parachute jump as a fundraising effort for Hillingdon Mind. To encourage Paul, and support the work of Hillingdon Mind, please click the "Make a Donation" tab on the top left of this page, click "Laird Paul Swift", and make a donation.
Many thanks to Paul for once again putting a lot of effort into supporting our work.
Job Vacancy : Carers' Support Co-ordinator (Mental Health)
Carers’ Support Co-ordinator (Mental Health)
salary £22,386 (£13.432 pro rata) 21 hours per week
Main purpose of the role is:
to identify and support unpaid carers in Hillingdon, with a particular focus on the provision of services for carers looking after someone with mental ill health to mitigate the sometimes negative impacts of this challenging caring situation;
to work closely with the Hillingdon Carers’ Partnership, the Mental Health Development Officer at Hillingdon Carers, and with carers of someone with mental ill health, to co-design a new range of support services.
The Co-ordinator will liaise with other statutory and voluntary sector agencies to provide an integrated approach to supporting carers who live in the Borough.
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The completed Job Application, together with the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form, must be received by 12.00 noon on Tuesday 2nd May 2017.
"Hearing Voices" Group
A "Hearing Voices" peer-support group provides a safe place for people to share their experiences and support one another. The group will meet at Aston House every Monday 11.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon
Mental Health Emergencies
If you need emergency help with a mental health issue, the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust operates a Single Point of Access 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days of the year.
The telephone number is 0800 0234 650
Contact can also be made by email:
For further information about the Single Point of Access service, go to :