The Good Mental Health Cooperative
The Good Mental Health Cooperative (GMHC) was established as a Community Interest Company in April 2013 following a successful bid for funds.
The GMHC is a community of individuals, groups and social enterprises developing innovative approaches that promote… Good Mental Health! Our vision is to contribute to a society which values our mental and emotional health, just as we do our physical health. We aim to challenge stigma and exclusion, support and promote good mental health.
We have a management committee who oversee all our activities and fundraising efforts and volunteers who support our events and take an active role in delivering the organisational aims.
Read our Good Mental Health CIC Articles here.
Read our Good Mental Health Cooperative Annual Report 2022 HERE
Become a member of our Cooperative
The Good Mental Health Cooperative offer a subscription membership, intended for small community groups and local enterprises, at a cost of £50 per annum with the following benefits:
- Access to dedicated meeting spaces by prior arrangement at reduced cost
- Access to business mailing address
- Promotion of products, services and training on the GMHC website and/or mailings, subject to guidelines agreed by the Committee
- Priority consideration when the GMHC gains funds for collaborative projects.
If you’re interested in a subscription membership, please contact Carolyn Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, if you are a current subscription member, use the button below to renew and pay your annual subscription.
There is also a free individual membership open to anyone who would like to support the aims of the Cooperative. There are currently 52 individual members of the GMHC. Becoming one of our members entitles you to attend our Annual General Meeting and other general business meetings during the year, as well as put yourself forward for the Committee if you choose. If you would like to become a member, email us at email@example.com to request a membership form.
Volunteer with us
We’d love to hear from anyone who would like to support us as a volunteer. Currently, we are looking for more volunteers to join our Books Alive! project, either as ‘living books’ or as event helpers. We are also looking for volunteers to help out with projects which offer creative and wellbeing activities during 2023.
If you’re interested in volunteering with the GMHC, contact Carolyn Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 023 93 10 6042.
Tel.: 023 9310 6042
Address: The Good Mental Health Cooperative, Buckland United Reformed Church, 174 Kingston Road, Fratton, PO2 7LP
The Good Mental Health Cooperative office and all regular groups are based at the Buckland United Reformed Church. The Church is located on Kingston Road, the main road linking North End & Fratton. If you are attending one of our groups or events, please use the entrance at the front of the Church through the Community Café. To find us on Google Maps, click HERE.
Getting to us by car: On-street parking is available in the residential side areas around the Buckland United Reformed Church, including on Queen’s Road directly next to the building. Please do not use the car park at the back of the Church as this is already allocated to another organisation.
Getting to us by bus: The following bus routes pass close to the Buckland United Reformed Church, with bus stops only a short walk away on Kingston Road. For more on Stagecoach bus services 23 and 700, click HERE. For more on First bus services 3, 7, 14 & 18, click HERE.
Getting to us by train: Our nearest train station is Fratton, with the Buckland United Reformed Church an approximate 25 minute walk north up Fratton/Kingston Road. For more information click HERE.
Follow us on social media!
Want to stay up to date with Good Mental Health Coop news and find out about events, activities and courses as soon as they become available? Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. You can also sign up to our mailing list (go to the top right hand section of this page) to receive our monthly newsletter.