Our Outreach service helps people with mental health problems to access the advice and local services they need. We can help with areas such as benefits, financial and debt advice, housing, accessing services including social work teams/mental health teams/GP/counselling, support for appointments, help in speaking to other organisations etc. We also have our own eight flat supported housing scheme.
Service available Mon to Fri, 9am - 5pm Located at 14-16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY plus home visits Appointments usually needed, ring or email to arrange, or speak to staff in Oasis and Crisis Cafe services
This service can be provided in your own home or at our office, and we can also accompany you to provide support at appointments etc. There’s a wide range of issues we can help with including rehousing, homelessness, accessing funds to set up a new home or to replace essential items such as cookers, repairs by your landlord, immigration, accessing services including social work teams/mental health teams/GP/counselling, support for appointments, switching fuel bills and practical support such as explaining letters/making phone calls/writing emails/arranging appointments etc. We can provide help with claiming all benefits including Employment Support Allowance (ESA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Universal Credit (UC) (including Housing Benefits, Council Tax etc that are now included within UC) and check that you are receiving all the benefits you are entitled to. In addition to help in completing forms we can also help with appeals against benefits
decisions, including attending appeal tribunals with you. We can also provide advice on managing your finances, budgeting, debt etc. We are registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (recognition number 754680) to provide advice on debt. This means that we can advise you on managing repayments, including negotiating with companies you owe money to, or challenging companies who may have not taken into account your mental health issues when selling you products or services. We are also able to negotiate Debt Relief Orders (DRO) for individuals with debts of up to £30,000 with assets worth less than £1,000. A DRO can effectively write off a debt - contact us for more information on whether it would be right for your particular circumstances. Mind housing project Solihull Mind provides independent, supported, housing for eight tenants intended for long term occupation, in partnership with Midland Heart. Tenancies are long term so we don’t have a waiting list for vacancies: these are advertised when available.
Laptop screen showing Universal Credit form
Solihull Mind Logo

practical help

Solihull Mind logo

practical help

Our Outreach service helps people with mental health problems to access the advice and local services they need. We can help with areas such as benefits, financial and debt advice, housing, accessing services including social work teams/mental health teams/GP/counselling, support for appointments, help in speaking to other organisations etc. We also have our own eight single person supported flats project.
Service available Mon to Fri, 9am - 5pm Located at 14-16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY plus home visits Appointments usually needed, ring or email to arrange, or speak to staff in Oasis and Crisis Cafe services
This service can be provided in your own home or at our office, and we can also accompany you to provide support at appointments etc. There’s a wide range of issues we can help with including rehousing, homelessness, accessing funds to set up a new home or to replace essential items such as cookers, repairs by your landlord, immigration, accessing services including social work teams/mental health teams/GP/counselling, support for appointments, switching fuel bills and practical support such as explaining letters/making phone calls/writing emails/arranging appointments etc. We can provide help with claiming all benefits including Employment Support Allowance (ESA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Universal Credit (UC) (including Housing Benefits, Council Tax etc that are now included within UC) and check that you are receiving all the benefits you are entitled to. In addition to help in completing forms we can also help with appeals against benefits decisions, including attending appeal tribunals with you. We can also provide advice on managing your finances, budgeting, debt etc. We are registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (recognition number 754680) to provide advice on debt. This means that we can advise you on managing repayments, including negotiating with companies you owe money to, or challenging companies who may have not taken into account your mental health issues when selling you products or services. We are also able to negotiate Debt Relief Orders (DRO) for individuals with debts of up to £30,000 with assets worth less than £1,000. A DRO can effectively write off a debt - contact us for more information on whether it would be right for your particular circumstances. Mind housing project Solihull Mind provides independent, supported, housing for eight tenants intended for long term occupation, in partnership with Midland Heart. Tenancies are long term so we don’t have a waiting list for vacancies: these are advertised when available.
laptop screen with benefits claim
Solihull Mind logo

practical help

Our Outreach service helps people with mental health problems to access the advice and local services they need. We can help with areas such as benefits, financial and debt advice, housing, accessing services including social work teams/mental health teams/GP/counselling, support for appointments, help in speaking to other organisations etc. We also have our own eight flat supported housing scheme.
Service available Mon to Fri, 9am - 5pm Located at 14-16 Faulkner Road, B92 8SY plus home visits Appointments usually needed, ring or email to arrange, or speak to staff in Oasis and Crisis Cafe services
This service can be provided in your own home or at our office, and we can also accompany you to provide support at appointments etc. There’s a wide range of issues we can help with including rehousing, homelessness, accessing funds to set up a new home or to replace essential items such as cookers, repairs by your landlord, immigration, accessing services including social work teams/mental health teams/GP/counselling, support for appointments, switching fuel bills and practical support such as explaining letters/making phone calls/writing emails/arranging appointments etc. We can provide help with claiming all benefits including Employment Support Allowance (ESA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Universal Credit (UC) (including Housing Benefits, Council Tax etc that are now included within UC) and check that you are receiving all the benefits you are entitled to. In addition to help in completing forms we can also help with appeals against benefits decisions, including attending appeal tribunals with you.
We can also provide advice on managing your finances, budgeting, debt etc. We are registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (recognition number 754680) to provide advice on debt. This means that we can advise you on managing repayments, including negotiating with companies you owe money to, or challenging companies who may have not taken into account your mental health issues when selling you products or services. We are also able to negotiate Debt Relief Orders (DRO) for individuals with debts of up to £30,000 with assets worth less than £1,000. A DRO can effectively write off a debt - contact us for more information on whether it would be right for your particular circumstances. Mind housing project Solihull Mind provides independent, supported, housing for eight tenants intended for long term occupation, in partnership with Midland Heart. Tenancies are long term so we don’t have a waiting list for vacancies: these are advertised when available.
laptop screen with benefits claim form