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Mind in West Cumbria

Mind in West Cumbria believe that a healthy body and good social links within the community do much to promote positive mental health and wellbeing.

From our office base in Workington, we offer a variety of services to support the local residents in Allerdale and Copeland.

Contacting Us

Mind In West Cumbria can be found at Workington Town Hall, Oxford Street, Workington CA14 2RS.

For the latest information please visit the Mind in West Cumbria website or call 01900 66518.

Alternatively, you can email us at

Our Services

Family Support

Providing support for families with children and young people, where the adults are experiencing mental health issues and adversity. For more information please contact Jacqui Ashforth, Senior Family Support Caseworker via email at or phone on 01900 66518.

1:1 Counselling

A confidential service offering subsidised counselling appointments for anybody experiencing mental health issues provided by qualified and volunteer counsellors. Self-referrals and agency referrals accepted.

Garden Project

Whether you have green fingers or are a complete novice here is an opportunity to develop new skills, meet new friends and contribute to community allotment based at Flimby.


We have a variety of volunteering opportunities available at Mind in West Cumbria. For more information please contact Danielle Brough at

Drop-in Sessions

These sessions need no booking and are open to all.

No appointment or referral needed. This is an opportunity to meet others, find support, socialise and find out what’s going on at Mind in West Cumbria.

You can view or download our Drop-In Sessions timetable here.

Mental Health Advocacy

An advocate is someone who works together with you to help you express your views so that your voice can be heard and your rights respected.

They can help you to explore your options and support you in accessing information and services you need.

To make an initial appointment ring the Your Voice Independent Advocacy Scheme on 0300 012 0103.