Swansea Mind is a registered Charity that works with, and for, people who experience mental health problems.
Although it is affiliated to Mind (National Association for Mental Health), it is an independent organisation.
Swansea Mind’s general aim is to promote mental health and to assist people with mental health problems, in line with the Aims and Objectives of Mind.
Our specific Aims and Objectives are as follows:
To support and empower people with mental health problems
To work towards good practice in mental health services based on the wishes,
needs and rights of people who use these services
By working with health, social services and voluntary organisations to encourage Mental Health services to be planned and run according to the wishes and rights of people who use them
By campaigning locally and nationally
By providing training, information and campaigning on mental health issues to other organisations and people
To raise public awareness of mental health issues
By providing and distributing useful information produced by other mental health organisations
By working with the media to highlight mental health issues
To work towards a more sustainable organisation
By diversifying funding base
By attracting and retaining volunteers, staff and trustees with the skills and experience required by the organisation
By reviewing service user involvement
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