Members

MHPF represents 60 members across England from locally focused to regional and national organisations. All of our members are united by their aim to improve the quality of care for people with mental health needs and the outcomes of the services provided.

Action for Aspergers - Award Winner 2015

Action for Asperger’s has two aims. The first is to counsel people whose lives are distressed or upset by a son, daughter, spouse or friend with Asperger’s Syndrome. It is likely that when some recevies a diagnoses of Asperger’s Syndrome for their child, they can become depressed at the difficulties that child might have to face. It can also be very difficult for people to communicate with an Asperger’s Syndrome person in the literal, exact and precise way required. 

Advance

Advance is a charitable organisation providing housing, support and employment services to meet the needs of people in the community who have either a learning disability or mental health needs. Advance does this as a registered housing association, a national provider of support services, and an accredited provider of employment services.

Alternative Futures Group

Alternative Futures Group provides person-centred support to adults with learning disabilities and mental health needs in the North West of England. We are committed to delivering services which support our service users to live fulfilled, exciting lives as part of their local community. Wherever possible, we involve the individual service user in the selection of the people who will support them. Our services are normally commissioned by NHS Trusts & Local Authorities and may be accessed through GP/Social Service referral.

Anxiety UK - Award Winner 2013

Anxiety UK is a user-led organisation, run by current and previous sufferers of anxiety disorders, supported by a high profile advisory panel. We work regularly with external agencies and healthcare professionals to improve services for those living with anxiety disorders. We also campaign to raise awareness of anxiety disorders.

Apax Support

Apax is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation. We provide supported living and supported housing services for vulnerable individuals who have experienced social exclusion, disadvantages or homelessness. Our support service takes a preventative, enablement and person centered approach. We work proactively with our partners to support our clients through their journey to independence and inclusion.

www.apax.org.uk

Birmingham Mind - Award Winner 2013

Birmingham Mind is affiliated to National Mind. We offer high quality recovery based services to adults and older adults in the Midlands. All of our services are individualised, person-centred and deliver valued outcomes. We passionately believe that everyone has the right to live lives that are meaningful and which enable them to reach their full potential as individuals. Our vision – promoting and providing high quality support for those experiencing mental distress.

Bridge Mental Health

Bridge Mental Health provide a full range of services from 24-hour supported living to floating support for individuals from a broad range of cultures and backgrounds. Our co-ordinated approach to care provision means that we work in close collaboration with local authorities, clinical teams, community mental health groups and with the family and friends of the client whenever possible. Through our services we are able to provide a clear, proven pathway for people with long term and enduring mental health needs.

Care in Mind

Care in Mind works with local people to improve conditions by supporting them towards better physical and emotional wellbeing. We also aim to increase their confidence and self-esteem and provide opportunities for them to volunteer with us in order to help us shape our services and help them to achieve their personal goals.

The Centre for Better Health

The Centre for Better Health is a community-based charity in Hackney that promotes well-being and supports recovery from mental distress through services that have been developed over 50 years, based on local need.

We support people with a wide range of issues through an affordable and professional counselling service.

Our courses and workshops offer the chance to rediscover skills and interests or develop new ones, building confidence, self-belief and ambition in a setting which promotes a mix of individuals.

Certitude

Certitude is a social care group which supports people with mental health needs and learning disabilities living within London and the Home Counties. Certitude’s provider organisations are Southside Partnership and Support for Living. Our services are progressive and wide-ranging. They are focussed on improving the lives of the people we support and increasing their independence.