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Richmond and Kingston Youth Councils are conducting an anonymous survey to find out what you think and know about mental health. The findings will be used to try and ensure services around mental health better meet the needs of young people.
You can access the survey here: https://goo.gl/G026FT
The survey must be completed by midnight on Sunday, 24 July.
All your answers will be treated with the greatest confidentiality and will be anonymous.
Richmond Borough Mind currently runs two young people’s projects. Our Mindkit project trains volunteers with personal experience of mental health issues to deliver free wellbeing sessions to audiences of young people aged 14-25. Our new Bounce project uses the same model for 10-14 year-olds.
To find out more about these projects please visit: http://www.rbmind.org/youth-wellbeing-projects.asp
30 May 2018
The June/July edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download.
29 May 2018
The South West London Health and Care Partnership is developing a proposal to test new ways to support people with diabetes across south west London and would like the opinions of people with diabetes to help design the project.
25 May 2018
As you may be aware the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect today. At Richmond Borough Mind, we want everyone who comes to us for support, or supports us, to feel confident about how their personal information will be looked after or used when shared with us.