Voice Collective is Mind in Camden’s London-wide project to support young people who hear, see or sense things that others don’t.
A number of Voice Collective’s staff and volunteers have personal experience of living with voices, voices and other unusual perceptions. They are a small team, and work in partnership with people and organisations across Greater London. However, they are also happy to provide information and support to people across the world, via email and/or skype.
Voice Collective are funded by Comic Relief, BBC Children in Need and City Bridge Trust
Voice Collective provides a range of services to young people who hear voices, their families and the people who work to support them.
- Peer support groups for young people (under 18s)
- Creative workshops for young people
- 1-2-1 support for young people who hear voices
- Peer support workshops for parents and carers
- A website aimed at young people
- Online peer support forum for young people and their supporters
- Support, signposting and training for young people and their families
- Awareness raising workshops in schools and youth groups
- Support, consultation and training for those who work with young people
If you would like to find out more about Voice Collective’s work, please contact:
Rachel Waddingham (Project Manager), Claire Powell (Development Worker) or Yan Weaver (Development Worker)
Information about Voice Collective in pdf form here Voice Collective Info Sheet