Jobs in Mind provides specialist employment support and advice for those struggling with work-related issues caused by stress, anxiety or mental health problems.

Whether you’re struggling to find work because of your condition or are finding it difficult to cope in your current role – we’re here to help.  Whether you need a hand with job hunting, coping with stress in the workplace or planning a career move.

And, because we know that everybody has different needs, we make sure that we provide a completely individual service that is tailored to your situation and gives you all of the help and support you need to achieve your goals.

Urban Growth Service

Urban Growth is a practical and therapeutic work-based recovery programme based in Camden Town that provides individuals with severe and enduring mental health issues with horticultural training in organic food growing, as well as informal therapeutic support.

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WRAP service

WRAP provides tailored one-to-one support for 16-25 year olds in Camden and Islington to overcome stress-related mental health conditions and get them started on their way to achieving their goals.

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Community Living Well Employment Service

The Community Living Well Employment Service provides employment advice and support to people with mental health issues who are managed in primary care.

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Community Living Well Navigation Service

The Community Living Well Navigation Service provides information, signposting and practical help on a range of issues to people with mental health concerns who are managed in a primary care setting.

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Latest news

Guest blog – a Personal Story in Art

Part of a blog posts series by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign. Author: ‘SN’ from South London. Reading time: 2 minutes.   had been recommended to SN as part of her recovery process.  Some of her pieces are included here, showing her visualisation of the extremely difficult emotional and psychological…

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Turning Grey February to Bright Blue Everyday: Tips & Tricks Part 2

Coping with stress, anxiety, and mental ill-health in the workplace & daily life. Part of a blog posts series by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign.  Author: ‘C’.  Reading time: 8 minutes.   The suffering is real – its debilitating, overwhelming and insidious, affecting every area of our lives. That being said,…

Turning Blue Monday & Grey January, to Bright Blue Everyday: Tips & Tricks Part 1

Coping with stress, anxiety, and poor mental health in the workplace & daily life. Part of a blog posts series by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign.  Author: ‘C’.  Reading time: 7 minutes.   Mental ill-health has deeply affected my life, my family, and countless friends and colleagues. Britain still falls short…

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Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 at 10:25pm
This is what living with #PTSD really looks like. #VoiceYourStory supporter ’SN’ in Sth London shares personal story.
Read more at https://t.co/BPEUFrjAgI
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What does #mentalhealth look like for you?
. #real #oknotok #winter #timetochange #bw #london #1in4 #wednesdaywisdom https://t.co/CZKSToqoMD
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Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 at 11:55pm
#VoiceYourStory supporter ’SN’ in South London shares her personal story of what living with #PTSD looks like.
Full blog post https://t.co/SKBiPSkZ7a
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What does #mentalhealth look like for you? #thisisreal #oknotok #winter #Tuesday #timetochange #bw #london #1in4 https://t.co/N56fKuOMHg
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Thursday, February 8th, 2018 at 5:05pm
#VoiceYourStory guest blog archives: Tip #1 from a supporter's personal experience.
Although challenging situations make you feel so isolated or broken, it's not true. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. More at https://t.co/APQhYIhlrJ #mentalhealth #timetotalk #employment #work https://t.co/dVmeGWLstT
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