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Bar Broadway raise £250 for LGBTQ mental health charity

Gary Hart December 13, 2018

Bar Broadway, the popular show bar on Steine Street, held a charity event to benefit MindOut on Friday, December 7, raising £250 for the dedicated LGBTQ mental health service.

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FEATURE: MindOut – Not exactly strangers

March 3, 2018

Jon would have said that his community was his work team, probably. He had been out as gay for many years, but didn’t socialise or go out to LGBT venues or pubs or clubs. He really wasn’t bothered. His family were spread all over the world, they kept in touch but he wouldn’t have said they were close. He had moved to Brighton three years ago, he lived in a flat and had only ever met one of his neighbours. He wouldn’t have said he was unhappy, depressed from time to time perhaps, but nothing a drink or two wouldn’t take the edge off.

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MindOut counselling service is up and running!

James Ledward December 21, 2017

MindOut, the LGBTQ mental health service opened its doors for the new LGBTQ counselling service on October 1, 2017. LGTBQ Counselling at MindOut provides relational counselling, which is not goal orientated, or about telling you what to do.

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Charity Quiz at Camelford tonight will benefit MindOut

July 20, 2017

Tonight’s weekly Quiz (July 20) at the Camelford Arms is being held in conjunction with the co op RESPECT LGBT network to raise funds for MindOut, the LGBT+ mental health service. The Quiz kicks off at 9pm but to guarantee a table you will need to be there early. Better still why not call 01273 622386 to book dinner from 7pm and guarantee yourself a table for the whole evening.

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LGBTQ mental health charity shortlisted for major national award

James Ledward April 25, 2017

Brighton based charity MindOut, LGBTQ Mental Health Service has been shortlisted for the UK-wide Charity Governance Awards 2017. The charity is in the running for the Board Diversity and Inclusivity award with a prize of a £5,000 unrestricted grant.

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MindOut receives the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM)

James Ledward March 24, 2017

MindOut, the LGBTQ mental health service have been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) for mental health advocacy services. They have been assessed against agreed standards for independent advocacy by the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi).

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