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Upcoming events

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28thNov

28th November 2023 - 27th March 2024, 12:00

Seasonal Support

We know this time of year can be tough for everyone, with the cold winter weather, early dark nights, and cost of living that many people are facing. To support our community through the winter, we along with three other partner organisations in Doncaster will be providing pop up shops across Doncaster where our staff will be able to provide advice and guidance. Read more

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Latest news

Active peer support

Posted: 8th December 2023

Move for Your Mind

Live in north Doncaster and want to move more for your mental health? Click to read more about how you can make that happen! Read more

Katie Ellis

Posted: 1st December 2023

Katie on her placement at Doncaster Mind

I particularly enjoyed being part of the waiting room service and I am thankful for being given the opportunity to have my own clients. Although I was given the freedom to have my own clients, the team monitored me perfectly by regularly checking how things were going, offering support and checking if there was anything they could do to better my experience but most importantly benefit the client. Read more

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