Welcome to Voice Collective

Voice Collective is a UK-wide, London-based project that supports children and young people up to 25 years old who hear voices, see visions, have other ‘unusual’ sensory experiences or beliefs. We also offer support for parents/families, and training for youth workers, social workers, mental health professionals and other supporters. Our work is funded by BBC Children In Need and the John Lyon’s Charity.

If you would like to find out more about our work at Voice Collective, ask about training opportunities or find support for yourself or someone you care about – please get in touch. You can reach us at:

Voice Collective Team
Mind in Camden
Barnes House
9-15 Camden Road
London
NW1 9LQ

Emailinfo@voicecollective.co.uk

Phone: 020 7911 0822

Twitter@voicecollective

Facebookwww.facebook.com/voicecollective

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/voicecollective_/

Newsletter: lots of announcements and opportunities sent out  monthly http://eepurl.com/geiKlX

Event Brite: where we advertise our trainings and free spaces to sign up https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/voice-collective-2332724563

Survey monkey: if you are a young person, parent, carer, supporter or professional who has used our support at Voice Collective we would love to hear what you have to say:

Survey for Young People https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HDQVHMH

Survey for Parents, Carers & Family Members https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/H96PXND

Survey for Professionals https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HD9T2XL

Mind in Camden

We are one of many projects based at Mind in Camden. This is an independent charity affiliated to national Mind. We exist to:

  • work for and promote the preservation and safeguarding of good mental health
  • work for, promote and provide for the well-being, interests and rights of people who have mental ill health

We currently provide Day Services, Counselling, a Minor Tranquilliser service and a London-wide capacity building service that promotes and sustains self-help groups for people who hear voices of have other unusual sensory perceptions.

How we look at mental health

We seek to combat the isolation, low self-esteem and stigma that labels and diagnosis can cause, by recognising and valuing people’s own experiences and definitions of their mental health. We believe that recovery is self defined.

How we treat people

We treat people as individuals, promoting respect, dignity and recognising that people are not just recipients of services, but can add value both as service users and volunteers.

How we provide services

We promote well being by providing solution-focused services that support individual responsibility, independence, interdependence and inclusion in the wider community. We seek to constantly improve the services we and others provide by learning, training and sharing.

How we include people

We promote and respect cultural and personal understanding and diversity. We value partnership, not just with organisations, but with individuals that use, fund and provide our services.

We acknowledge and manage effectively the resulting fluidity between roles within the organisation, e.g. between the service users, volunteers and/or employees. We give people the opportunity to have a say in managing and running our projects.

For More Information

If you would like to find out more about Mind in Camden, please see our website: www.mindincamden.org.uk