Update: Mind BLMK are pleased to announce a gradual re-opening of our face-to-face services from 17 May in line with the Governments own road map to re-opening. Our Crisis Cafes services are now open in all locations offering crisis support seven nights per week and the Luton Wellbeing centre will follow on Monday 17 May.
All our services have been carefully risk assessed in line with current guidance and we would like to assure you all that our services will offer a safe and secure environment in which to receive your support. Whilst we are keen to re-open all of our services as quickly as possible, many of our venues are not yet open or are operating reduced timetables, which means our pre Covid-19 timetable is not possible at this time.
We are working hard to secure venues across all locations and we are hopeful that throughout May, June, and July many of our services will be available for face-to-face delivery. In the meantime, we will endeavour to keep you all supported and if you have any concerns, please discuss this with your main point of contact at Mind BLMK, or alternatively you can call us on 0300 330 0648.
We would like to thank you all for your patience and understanding and are very much looking forward to seeing you again in person.
Milton Keynes is a thriving, growing city where Mind BLMK has been supporting people for over 40 years.
In Milton Keynes, we have a central Wellbeing Centre (based on Midsummer Boulevard) where we offer counselling, peer support and our bereavement by suicide support service. We also have a Community Garden project at York House in Stony Stratford and work across the community to promote better mental health and wellbeing.