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For our latest annual review we focused on the little things – because when
they mount up – they start to make a real difference and it is something we can all do.
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Hear from Elizabeth Simpson, CEO and Rachel Pearson, Chair of Trustees at Manchester Mind as they reflect on 2021-22
Read about how the small acts of kindness, small
contributions to our allotment space, and gentle support rather
than a major intervention brings about great change.
Find out how the simple act of cooking a meal for yourself, can be a
huge step and contribute to improved mental health.
Working in partnership and sharing time and resources can lead to bigger outcomes…
For our advice work we sometimes need to spend time to allow people to feel safe enough to tell us their story or at
least the bits that are relevant to the advice process
Read how a small and simple act had a massive impact for Salwa
As fundraisers set off to complete their incredible challenges, through many simple acts we build a positive relationship, find out how
...From panic stations to posters for passengers… find out about our self-care campaign with Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)
Read about how our CYP Team work with young people to make a big difference in their lives
Read Anne-Marie's moving story detailing how peer support helped her through some very dark days
Find out about how our training offer changed after the pandemic
Find out how one small act opened up someone's world
Take a small glimpse behind the scenes at Manchester Mind
How are you? No really, how are you?
Visit our online hub to access our self-care checklist, alongside lots of tips and resources to support your own wellbeing.