Mental Health Access For All
We believe that everyone should be able to ask for and receive mental health support, regardless of race, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, social class, religion or belief. We are committed to removing any existing and potential barriers so we can create a truly inclusive environment. Our aim is for everyone to feel welcome and confident about being themselves.
These principles of valuing and embracing equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) run throughout our organisation and our work – so we can develop a diverse, equal and inclusive workplace and community. We acknowledge the basic right of everyone who uses our services, works or volunteers for us or whom we contract or partner with to be treated fairly and with respect and dignity.