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The Oxford Mental Health Network project is coming to an end, but there's still so many ways to search for the support you deserve. Check out the list below.

 

Starting back in 2016, we had one main aim: to plug the gap we saw in reliable, easy to navigate information about mental health resources in Oxfordshire. Since then, the ability of a young person to find information about mental health resources has improved immeasurably. From the new and improved Oxfordshire Mind Guide, to the new mental health strategy created by the University of Oxford, we're proud to step back having played our part in bringing this vital issue to the fore. This website will go offline on the 18th of December.

 

 

Resources you can use to find information about mental health services:

 

Oxfordshire Mind Guide

Filtered search engine for all kinds of mental health, wellbeing and support resources.

 

Oxfordshire County Council

Extensive list of resources searchable via location and other filters.

 

Healthwatch Oxfordshire

Categorised list of resources relating to wellbeing and mental health.

 

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

List of charities and similar resources that can support with mental health challenges.

 

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Short list of organisations that specialise in young people's mental health.

 

University of Oxford

Information for students on specific mental health challenges and related resources.

 

Oxford Brookes University

Set of information for students on internal and external services.

 

OxMe

Lists of resources for young people attached to categories of mental health challenges.

 

Oxford Mutual Aid

List of resources on PDF file relating to COVID-19 and other wellbeing services.

 

NHS Apps Library

Library of apps relating to wellbeing and mental health.

 

 

OMHN's visual identity was designed by Sammy Taylor. You can check out his work here.

Our team

Our team is a mixture of student and graduate volunteers from the University of Oxford, but we welcome anyone with a passion for mental health campaigning. If you are interested in joining the team in any capacity, we would love to hear from you.

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TJ Jordan

Founder & CEO
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Dhanya Nair

Assistant Director
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Hamish Hall

Head of Development
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Georgie Whitehead

Service Liaison Officer
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Emma Line

Social & Innovation Officer
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Effie Webb

Service Liaison Officer

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