Welcome to Rushden Mind

Rushden Mind is a mental health charity providing support and advice to people suffering from mental disorders or emotional distress.

We run a range of services, details of which can be found on this website.

For further information you can contact us, our contact details can be found on the bottom of this website or you can pop into the office:


Office Opening times:

Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:

9.30am - 9pm
9.30am - 3.30pm
9.30am - 8pm
Closed
9.30am - 3.30pm
Closed
Closed

Rushden Mind is committed to quality and participates in Mind's Quality Standards.

 

Our Services

We have a wide range of support services available to the Rushden community and surrounding areas.

  • Advice and Information
  • Anger Management
  • Carer Support
  • Anxiety and Depression Management
  • Counselling
  • Education and Training
  • Welfare Rights Support
  • Women's Services
  • 'Next Step' Referrals
  • Stress Management
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Activities

We run a number of activities throughout each week an no matter how you are feeling we're sure you will find something you enjoy.

  • Drop-in / Peer Support
  • Women's Group
  • Art Group
  • Walking Group
  • Depression and Anxiety Group
  • Self Esteem Course
  • Assertiveness Course
  • Anger Management Course
  • Healthy Eating Course
  • Stress at Work Course
Read more about our activities »

Getting Involved

As a charity organisation wholly funded by you, we survive through the generosity of your donations, fundraising events and the help and support of our volunteers.

Volunteering

If you're committed, enthusiastic and reliable why not join Mind as a volunteer.

Membership

Help to support our work by becoming a member of Rushden Mind.

Donations

All donations are gratefully received and allow us to continue providing the services and activities you see here.

Legacies

If you would like to leave us a gift in your will, you could make a big difference to the people we help.

Read more about getting involved »