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Mind (the National Association for Mental Health) is a mental health charity in England and Wales, founded in 1946.

Mind offers advice for those with mental health issues and their carers. It advocates to and lobbies government and local authorities on their behalf. Local Mind Associations provide drop-in centres, befriending, housing, helplines, advice surgeries and fundraising.

The 1973 book Believe What You Like: What happened between the Scientologists and the National Association for Mental Health by C. H. Rolph details the controversy of how, starting in 1969, large numbers of Scientologists joined the NAMH, attempted to ratify as official policy a number of points concerning the treatment of psychiatric patients and, when their identity was realised, were expelled from the organisation en masse, the Church of Scientology later suing the NAMH over the matter in the High Court in 1971. The case was notable in UK charity law.

Their contact details are:

  • 15-19 Broadway
  • London
  • E15 4BQ
  • Tel. 020 8519 2122
  • Fax: 020 8522 1725

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