Bromley Mental Health

Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich Mind provides a range of mental health and dementia services to help people who live in Bromley look after and improve their mental health and wellbeing.

A group of walkers

Bromley Recovery College

Have fun, learn something new or get fit while boosting your mental health with Bromley Recovery College’s exciting range of courses. Our Autumn 2023 prospectus is out now!

Bromley Peer Support

Peer Support

We offer peer support groups and one-to-one befriending for adults with experience of mental health issues who want to support or be be supported by those who share similar experiences.

A female job seeker and staff member

Employment Specialist Services

We provide a range of services to support you in gaining employment, as well offering ongoing advice and guidance to help you retain and thrive in your job.

Benefits Assessment Support

Benefits Assessment Support helps adults experiencing mental health difficulties to prepare for and attend benefits assessments.

A woman being supported to fill in a form

Recovery Coordinator Service

The Recovery Coordinators service works with you to manage mental health problems by listening to your needs and creating an achievable personalised plan.

Two women sitting facing each other outside, talking calmly and holding takeaway coffee cups. One women is facing the camera and the other has her back to the camera.

Suicide Bereavement Service

The South East London Suicide Bereavement Service supports people who have lost someone to suicide in Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.

Mindful Mums

Mindful Mums’ award-winning wellbeing groups help women look after their own mental wellbeing during pregnancy and the first year of their baby’s life. As well as our usual groups, we also offer groups for young mums, mums from ethnically diverse backgrounds and LGBTQ+ parents.

Young father wearing a beanie hat and smiling baby daughter

Being Dad

Being Dad wellbeing groups are for expectant and new dads or men with parenting responsibility. These friendly and relaxed groups offer information, advice and support to help dads in their fatherhood journey, as well as the opportunity to meet other local dads.

Perinatal Community Support

The Perinatal Community Support Service supports pregnant women and new mums experiencing mental health issues during the perinatal period.

Please note: this is a referrals-only service.

Female service provider helping male client to fill in a firm

Support for jobseekers

The Individual Placement and Support service (IPS) helps people living with mental health issues to find and retain work and live independently.

Please note: this is a referrals-only service.

Two women having an informal business meeting

Support for Employers

Support for Employers is a free employment service helping organisations in Bromley and across London make positive changes to their recruitment processes.

An older woman and man play a board game at Touchstone’s Sikh Elders Service

Mental Health Carers

As part of Bromley Well, BLG Mind have set up Mental Health Carers to support people who care for a relative, partner or friend who struggles with their mental health.