About Us

Northamptonshire Mind is one of the largest mental health providers working in Northamptonshire. We work in partnership with Local Minds, Northamptonshire Health Foundation Trust and other Mental Health providers to support the mental health community through service provision, campaigning and influencing.

Northamptonshire Mind is led by Chief Executive Officer, Sarah Hillier —  qualified in Youth & Community Development and over 20 years’ experience within both Public and Voluntary Sectors. Over the last 10 years she has held senior management posts within NHFT, Northamptonshire County Council and local Charities.

We are local leaders in developing innovative services that support people with Mental Health problems and together with our partners in the Mental Health Northants Collaboration, we are leading the way in redesigning and providing Mental Health services.

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We also provide education and learning opportunities for people completing professional qualifications in Social Care, Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Northamptonshire Mind has charitable status and relies on support from partner organisations, donors and the general public.

The overall governing body of Northamptonshire Mind is its Board of Trustees. The Board is supported by a number of sub-committees: Finance and Risk, and HR & Professional Standards

Memorandum and Articles of Association

Northamptonshire Mind's objects, powers and framework of governance are set out in its Articles of Association.

Board of Trustees as at 1st January 2021

List of Trustees with associated charities

Governance

Legal name and address

Northamptonshire Mind

6/7 Regent Square

Northampton

NN1 2NQ

Private Limited Company by guarantee. Registered in England no. 02853335

Registered Charity no. 1033000

 

Our Mission

Northamptonshire Mind works towards a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all, and that treats people with experience of mental distress fairly, positively, and with respect.

Mind: What We Do

We campaign to improve policy and attitudes and, in partnership with other Local Mind Associations, develop quality services that can be accessed by people experiencing mental distress.