Our Current Work


At New Hope we aim to empower people who are affected by mental health challenges and end the stigma surrounding mental health issues in our community.


We believe people who use mental health services should have a say in how those services are built. We make connections with mental health service providers to make sure our members’ views are heard.


We help New Hope members take part as volunteers in mental health projects, or start projects of their own. We help volunteers get results with support, training and personal development opportunities.


New Hope aims to provide a space where anyone affected by mental health challenges can benefit from social activities, fun and friendship with like-minded people.

New Hope exists thanks to St Mungo’s ‘Bridges to Wellbeing’ scheme, which provides funding and support for New Hope and its volunteers. ‘Bridges to Wellbeing’ aims to empower people affected by mental health issues, so they can get involved improving services they use.

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