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The upcoming London Mayoral election presents a crucial opportunity to prioritise the mental wellbeing of all Londoners.

Read about the work we've done across Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark over 2023.


Bromley Recovery College runs workshops and courses that improve your mental well-being.


In a heart warming and powerful event, our ambassador and renowned actor Cush Jumbo OBE recently paid a visit to our Young Onset Dementia Activists (YODA), alongside Admiral Nurse Diana Okoukoni.

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Mental health support

We are here for anyone struggling with their mental health, or supporting someone who is. We assist people in their recovery, helping them take control of their wellbeing and lead fulfilled, productive lives.

Dementia support

We work alongside people with dementia, their families and carers to offer one-to-one care, expert guidance and practical solutions to help them maintain their independence and quality of life.

News and events

Richard Stubbs at a gold course standing with a man and woman wearing a South East London Mind tshirt

It’s a hole new game! Golf Day raises 17k for young peoples mental health

Did you know you can donate directly to local services and make change in your local community? Richard Stubbs knows all too well the massive difference that a donation to your local Mind can make.

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A man at a protest holds a placard with the text "Join the fight". Behind him are other people holding placards and one person holding a megaphone.

No London Mind Left Behind: A call to action for the next Mayor

The upcoming London Mayoral election presents a crucial opportunity to prioritise the mental wellbeing of all Londoners. Here at...

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Suicide Bereavement Service Celebrates Gold Award!

We are thrilled to announce the South East London Suicide Bereavement Service has been awarded a Gold at the HSJ Awards.

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We offer first class mental health training and award winning dementia skills training.

Our mental health training is an affordable way to support mental wellbeing in your organisation.

Our dementia training helps professionals and carers provide the best possible care for people living with dementia.

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The MyTimeActive Zumbathon teachers in the South East London Mind T-shirts

Fundraising inspiration

Do you or your fundraising team need an inspirational boost? We’ve got a whole host of fundraising tips, inspiration and advice to help you on your way.

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Run the London Marathon for SEL Mind

Take on the iconic 26.2 mile course and help raise funds for your local mental health charity.

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Many ways to donate

South East London Mind is an independent charity. All donations help us provide more mental health & dementia support for local people.


Around South East London Mind

3 teenage girls walking down a corridor wearing school uniform, Minds Up South East London Mind training for secondary schools

Support in schools

Minds Up is a free, in-school mental health training programme which increases young people’s awareness of poor mental health and helps them recognise how and when they need to take action.

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2 wheelchair users with their carers wearing blue YODA tshirts travelling through a wildflower garden

Volunteering opportunities

If you want to make a real difference in your community there are lots of ways to volunteer with us. We always welcome applications from people with lived experience of mental health problems and dementia.

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South East London Mind Suicide Bereavement Service Team

Our services: South East London Suicide Bereavement Support

The Suicide Bereavement Support service offers emotional and practical support to anyone affected by the loss of a loved one to suicide.

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