CPSL Mind joins Barnardo’s and Raham Project to support antenatal and maternity care for Black, Asian and mixed ethnicity families. 

Everything you need to know about CPSL Mind’s Impact Report for 2022-2023.

Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire (CPSL) Mind Chair Alan Tait has announced his retirement from the charity’s Board of Trustees after three years in the Chair role – and more than a decade of volunteering for the organisation.

With the festive season approaching, we’re providing this update on our services to keep you informed of our opening times between Monday 25th December 2023 to Monday 1st January 2024.

The new service, which launched in April 2023, fulfils the PCC’s Police and Crime Plan priority to support victims and witnesses of crime.

Everything you need to know about CPSL Mind’s Board of Trustees and what we’re doing to celebrate Trustees’ Week. 

Whether you’re looking for help with low wellbeing, Personality Disorder or hearing voices, here’s how to sign up for peer support in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

CPSL Mind launches Victim and Witness Support Service to help victims whose mental health and wellbeing has been impacted by a crime.

To help improve wellbeing in the local Latvian community, Iveta Suna created a ‘Food and Mood’ group to encourage new connections and make delicious healthy recipes.

Following the sad news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we will be honouring the Bank Holiday on Monday 19th September for the state funeral.

Please read on for details of how this will affect our services on the day.