Mind Link is a network of individuals who have personally experienced mental distress and provides a way for people to inform and advise on the work of Mind wwww.mind.org.uk
*Use your experiences to help Mind in its work to improve society's recognition, understanding and acceptance of people with exerperience of mental distress.
*Have a chance to tell your story and help Mind put accross real life experiences in policy documents, factsheets, in the media or in fundraising campaigns.
*Receive Mind Link magazine, a quarterly magazine with information about Mind's current work.
*Air your views and opinions via questionnaires or case studies.
*Connect with others with similar exerpiences.
*Receive email bulletins and keep up to date with Mind's work.
*Receive information about Mind events, conferences and training.
*Vote in Mind Link National Advisory Panel (NAP) elections.
*Have the opportunity to serve as a NAP representative.
*Keep in contact with other Mind Link members via the 'contacts list' scheme.
*Get 10% discount on Mind Publications.
To become a member or to find out more you can visit: http://www.mind.org.uk/About+Mind/Networks/MindLink/What+is+MindLink.htm
Or write to:
Mind Link Applications