My Mind Matters

My Mind Matters is a Harborough based project set up to help you to take control of your life whilst living with a mental health diagnosis, to get information and advice if you are concerned about your own or a loved ones mental health or if you want to connect with people in your local area who understand what you are experiencing.

This is Amarjeet from My Mind Matters with Dave from HFM – have a listen to her chatting about the project in the link below photo

Photographer: Pat Stones

Listen to Amarjeet on HFM:

We are here to help empower you to take control, make decisions and ultimately be the driving force in your steps to better mental health and reengaging with the community.

We want to support you to make decisions that will help you to achieve your chosen outcomes, make your independence sustainable and support you in developing your own support networks and social circles. The support we offer focuses on your strengths, needs, skills and future aspirations.

The project is not a crisis service and it would be unfair to you if we tried to help at a level where you could feel overwhelmed and pressured to make change when you are not ready for it. However we can still offer you advice, information and support to move forward.

Unlike other services we support people who are experiencing mental health concerns and need guidance, information and support when they are at the point of feeling able to cope with reintegrating themselves into the community. We focus on the health in mental health.

There are 4 levels of help available from these services

  • Telephone Information
  • Community Recovery Support
  • Mental Health Workshops
  • Advice Session

These services are free.

Take a look at our other pages to find out what we do or give us a ring on 01858 411383 or email;


My Mind Matters is a Mental Health Wellbeing and Recovery Service covering Harborough District and  funded  by:
















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