Here to help

At Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind we are passionate about positive wellbeing and provide support to local people who may experience mental health challenges.

How are

you feeling?

Our fresh approach to community based wellbeing support for adults is focused on individual strengths and skills, encouraging peer support and community connectivity.

Use our Wellbeing Wheel to find support and information that’s right for you in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. For South Lincolnshire, please click here.

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that best suits your

current situation

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Contact us today

enquiries@cpslmind.org.uk

*Available 9.30am – 5.30pm, Mon-Fri (Except Bank Holidays),
calls charged at standard network rate

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Good Mood Cafe

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Good Mood Cafe

Join our weekly Good Mood Cafes, online or in local cafes, to connect with like-minded people in your community.

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Nik's Story

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Nik's Story

Nik’s story shows the impact Peer Support Groups can have in supporting people to live happy and fulfilled lives.

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Fundraise for
mental health

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Fundraise for
mental health

Support us with mental health fundraising, to help local people with their mental health and campaign for positive wellbeing in our communities.

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Latest News

CPSL Mind team and Ian Darler at Cambridge United

Fundraising

July 11, 2024

Having previously walked the equivalent of London to Qatar for the 2022 football World Cup, Cambridge United FC’s Ian Darler took on the epic mileage count of 1.2 million steps, 700 miles in aid of CPSL Mind.

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Blog

June 26, 2024

Holly, a student from a local school, spent work experience with us recently and expresses her views on jobs in local charities and their impact on local people in the community.

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