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Mind BLMK Wellbeing centre - Luton

Mind BLMK works across our communities to support positive mental health and wellbeing. Working closely with a range of partners, we offer a number of activities from our wellbeing centres and local venues to make a difference to the mental health and wellbeing of people in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes.

Mind BLMK are proud to have four wellbeing centres in Luton, Bedford, Leighton Buzzard and Milton Keynes. The wellbeing centres are the home of many of our groups, projects and training sessions as well as offering a visible place in the community where people can access wellbeing and mental health information and resources.

At our Luton Wellbeing Centre we offer a variety of recovery-focused activities including peer support, art & craft, digital photography, yoga and mindfulness, drop-in support and a peer mentoring service. We also offer support for carers who feel their caring role is impacting on their mental health and wellbeing, and training courses including Healthy Aspirations, Mental Health Awareness and Mental Health First Aid.

Monday drop in 11-3 for mindfulness,craft group,digital photography. Monday evening 18:30-21:00 recovery activities.  Wednesday drop in 10:30-3 walking group, sewing group,drop in,per lead computersession,yoga,relaxation,per led art group music group.Wednesday evening 6-8pm mind our music. Thursday no drop in-Art group,Lighthouse group,Minds in motion.        Friday drop in-11-3,Art group,Mens group,beginners computer group,Womens group.

In order to come to Mind BLMK you must be aged 18 and over and finding it difficult to lead a fully rewarding life because of your mental health problem.

You can access Mind BLMK's Services through a range of agencies including, Health Services, Social Services and through your GP. You can also fill in an "Access to Services" form. Our online Access to Services Form is here and there are also links there for you to download a paper version. Alternatively, call us on 0300 330 0648 for further information.

You can also visit the Mind website for information about mental health issues, post natal depression, anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, personality disorders, self-esteem, self-harm and much more. 


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Luton Wellbeing Centre
46-56 Dumfries Street

Last updated 24/11/2020