How We Can Help
Newport Mind is a mental health charity. We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’re here for you. Today. Now.
Whether you’re stressed, depressed or in crisis. We’ll listen, give support and advice, and fight your corner.
We have a number of services for people living in Newport. More information is available on the pages below.
How to Access Our Services
Many of our support services can be accessed by calling Newport Mind on 01633 258741. Some services may need a referral from the Community Mental health Teams.
These are relaxing groups that help people learn new skills and develop support networks. Groups include: Music, Art, Writing, Allotment, and Walking. read more
Contact the Newport Mind office for more information. read more
The Families First team can work with both families and young people to build family resilience and promote wellbeing. read more
Training for professionals and individuals interested in learning more about mental health. read more
These courses are short weekly sessions for 6 to 12 weeks, and include Depression Management, Anxiety Management, Confidence Building and Understanding Anger. read more
We provide supported housing in 4 homes in Newport, with 4 tenants in each house. This service is suitable for people recovering form mental ill health, needing help to develop independent living skills. Referral to this service would normally be through Newport City Council. read more
Within the guidelines of Supporting People funding we are able to offer people time-limited support with their tenancy. We also provide volunteer support to help reduce social inclusion. read more
We provide relaxing groups for women who have problems with their mental health. The focus is on learning new skills and developing support networks in a safe environment. read more
For young people, aged 11 to 25, we have a number of different services. These include recovery-focused individual support, self-management courses, peer mentor support, and individual support for young people undergoing transitions (such as changing schools, starting college, or moving to adult mental health services). read more