Solihull Mind believes that people who have mental health problems have the same rights as any other person; that they should not be disadvantaged or subject to prejudice and should have the right to live an ordinary life in the community with the necessary support to ensure fulfilment and independence. As a local, user led, mental health organisation Solihull Mind seeks to improve the quality, quantity, and accessibility of services for people with emotional distress. Our services are provided to support these beliefs. We provide a range of services ourselves, or we can help people access services elsewhere, to enable people to move towards the lives they want.
We’re Solihull Mind, the local voluntary sector organisation for Solihull borough. We provide a wide range of services providing advice, information and support to people with mental health problems.
New Out of Hours support service:Friday/Saturday/Sunday 6pm - 10pmDetails hereOur latest Annual Report is now available to view here:
People can choose to use whichever of our services they need at the times they need them; whether that is for a one-off situation needing help or guidance; for a longer term support, perhaps using more than one service; or returning to a service when needed for support at a particular time.If you are looking for information or advice about any aspect of mental health please phone or email us - details are hereYou can also find information on mental health issues and diagnoses at National Mind’s website
Solihull Mind’s services are provided according to our policies on equal opportunities and confidentiality. Copies of these policies are available on request. Unfortunately, our services are restricted to those who live in the borough of Solihull and are aged between 17 and 65.
Our latest Annual Report is now available to view here: