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Living with Depersonalisation Disorder – A Short Film

Bristol musician Joe Perkins has suffered from Depersonalisation Disorder (DPD) for over a decade.  Once described as, “The most common mental illness you’ve never heard of,” it leaves you feeling as if you’re constantly dreaming, or permanently drunk, and completely… Read more

NCS raise money for Bristol Mind

As part of their social action project, groups of 16 year olds from National Citizen Service (NCS) have chosen to raise money for Bristol Mind. NCS Team Open Up held a bake sale, which raised £95 and created a website… Read more

Bristol Mind Advocacy Drop In Update

If you are coming to our advocacy drop in at our offices in Old Market on Tuesdays, we suggest arriving when the drop in opens (or as early as you can) as due to demand, we are unable to see… Read more

Now Recruiting – Office Volunteers

We are now recruiting new volunteers to support our Information and Signposting service. In order to apply you need to attend one of our Introductory Sessions, which we are holding in August and September. For more information about the role… Read more

Women Without Borders Eid Party

Everyone at the Women Without Border’s group had a great time at their Eid Party! With food, dancing and face painting there was so much to keep everyone entertained. To find out more about the group please visit:  

Treasurer/Trustee wanted

We are looking for someone with financial expertise, energy and commitment to be part of our board of trustees. As Treasurer you will provide your knowledge and skills to the board helping to ensure that the organisation’s finances are responsibly… Read more

New Five Ways to Wellbeing in Work Training

Bristol Mind are pleased to announce we are now offering Five Ways to Wellbeing in Work Training. The interactive training is for an hour and is suitable for all organisations big or small.It’s a great way to find out more… Read more