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Working in Partnership with... Active Cheshire!

6 months ago

It’s time once again to look at another one of the fantastic providers we work with. This month’s provider is Active Cheshire, a multi-award winning charity that promotes positive wellbeing across the region through physical exercise and sport.

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Monthly Service Update for September

6 months ago

These are the latest services that we have added onto the YouinMind.org online mental health directory in September.

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GUEST BLOG: Support in the Community

6 months ago

Anyone who follows the news will know that mental health services for young people can’t keep up with the increasing level of need. Only the most severely unwell are likely to be referred for treatment, and many have to wait for weeks to receive it.

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Working in Partnership with... Cheshire Autism Practical Support!

6 months ago

It’s that time of the month again where we look at the brilliant work done by our providers. This month we’re looking at Cheshire Autism Practical Support!

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Go Outdoors with These Wellness Activities in Cheshire This Summer!

9 months ago

It’s always important to find enjoyment when the weather has been as good as it has been this month. Luckily for you, there are plenty of wellness activities in Cheshire that will get you out in the sun.

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Local Autism Support in Cheshire

9 months ago

Finding autism support in Cheshire doesn’t need to be a struggle. At YouinMind.org, we dedicate our time to finding a wide range of local autism services that will help make life more comfortable for you or your loved ones.

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Sun's Out and These New YouinMind.org Services Are Too!

9 months ago

Hello everyone! Summer appears to be finally here and with such soaring temperatures, we know that a lot of you will be out and about this week.

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Finding Local Dementia Services in Cheshire

9 months ago

If a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, it is important to celebrate the time that you still have. You need to make things as comforting and active for them as possible.

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