Middlesbrough and Stockton MIND

  • Address
  • Opening Times
  • Phone & Email
  • Marlborough House
  • 30-32 Yarm Road
  • Stockton
  • TS18 3NG

Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday 9am-4pm

Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind is the leading local charity that provides confidential services for people experiencing emotional or mental health problems and their families.  We are a member of the national Mind network and work within the quality standards of Mind. We also have the Investors in People and the Investing in Volunteering quality standards.


Who we help

Anyone with a mental health issue or who cares for someone with a mental health issue can contact us

How you access our service


The main office for Middlesbrough and Stockton MIND is:

The Mind Centre, 90-92 Lothian Road, Middlesbrough, TS4 2QX

Services in Stockton on Tees are listed under OTHER SERVICES WE PROVIDE.  


Advice is available over the phone by calling 01642 257020 Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm, and Friday 9am-4pm.


Advice is also available via email. Please email info@middlesbroughandstocktonmind.org.uk



Other Services We Provide

 Information about our projects and services in Stockton area 

 The different services we provide are outlined in this leaflet.  


We provide Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) for the people who are being treated under the Mental Health Act. We can help people understand their rights, treatment and care and help them get their views across. Contact our Middlesbrough office on 01642 257020 

Appropriate Adult  

The Appropriate Adult service provides support to those adults in the Teesside area who are vulnerable and are being interviewed by Police Officers. Volunteers attend the interview to ensure that detained persons are treated fairly, their welfare needs are met and that they understand the procedures. Please contact Middlesbrough Office on 01642 257020.  

Children and Young People’s support 

We provide a friendly support service for children and young people attending a school in Middlesbrough who need someone to talk to about their stresses and worries. We also provide emotional support, practical help and advice and confidence building for parents with children aged 10-16 years attending a Middlesbrough School. The school can contact us to make a referral or contact us direct through our Middlesbrough Office on 01642 257020. 

Community Minded Project 

Community Minded is an innovative new project aimed at improving people’s mental health through volunteering. We will help you to prepare for volunteering, find the right volunteering role and offer support to apply for and start your volunteering journey. Contact our Stockton office on 01642 796630. 

Eco Minds 

Our gardening project at Preston Park Museum and Walled Garden is for men, aged 25 – 65, living in Stockton or Middlesbrough. We offer a 6-week course of sessions to spend time outdoors and learn new things. There’ll be opportunities after the 6 weeks to continue by volunteering here or we can help you source another way to connect and give time to others, if you want to. Contact our Stockton office on 01642 796630. 


Energise works with women to create a unique and personal exercise profile, our dedicated Energise Team and Volunteer Mentors will support you in achieving your fitness goals through the wide range of activities on offer (examples might be): Badminton to Bowls, Street Dance to Strictly, Ballroom, Ice-Skating to Yoga, Gentle Social Walking Groups, Netball and Boxing, Women’s Football, Rowing and Cycling. Contact our Stockton office on 01642 796630.  

Let’s Do It Project 

The Let’s Do It Project is committed to supporting and improving mental wellbeing to young males aged between 14 and 20 through peer led activities. Just as with our physical health, there are times when we can struggle with our thoughts and feelings. Our mind otherwise known as mental health can be affected by all sorts of things – stress, exams, relationship break-ups, problems at home or work, the death of someone close to you, bullying. And sometimes, it is not clear why a problem has started – it just has! We recognise that it isn’t always easy to talk about how we are feeling or when we are struggling. If you are worried, you don't need to struggle alone and in silence. We are here to help. Contact our Middlesbrough office on 01642 257020. 

Macmillan Mental Health Cancer Care Research 

With funding from Macmillan, this research project aims to improve the experiences for people living with mental health problems who are also affected by cancer. We would like people to come forward with their story to ensure that people with mental health problems have the same access to cancer services as everyone else. Contact our Middlesbrough office on 01642 257020. 

Open Minds Therapies  

We provide free, confidential psychological therapies for people experiencing anxiety, depression and other mild to moderate mental health difficulties. You can refer yourself or ask your GP to refer you. Contact Open Minds on 01642 218361. 

Step Forward Tees Valley 

Step Forward Tees Valley supports local people over the ages of 29 to overcome the complex barriers preventing people from finding work. The project helps to build your strengths and aspirations, using skills and expertise of partners and local employers to achieve your employment goals. Contact Stockton Navigators team on 01642 607028. 



Head office: Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind 

The Mind Centre 

90-92 Lothian Road 


S4 2QX 

Middlesbrough Office Tel: 01642 257020 

We will always 

  • Treat you with respect. 

  • Give you accurate and up to date information about how we can help you. 

  • Give you information about any other organisations that might be relevant to you. 

  • Treat as confidential any personal information you share with us. 

  • Tell you how to complain if you are not happy. 



Charges for our service

Charges for Private Counselling

We all have times in our lives when things don't go the way we expect, plan or want them to. It could be because of something that happened in the past, is happening now or that you think might happen in the future. Whatever it is, counselling could help you cope with what you are going through. 

Private counselling is an option for anyone over 16 who wishes to speak to a qualified counsellor. 

You can make decisions about who you wish to work with by looking at our counsellor profiles, and contacting the service to make an appointment. 

Telephone:01642 257028 please click into the link for further details


Quality Marks and Accreditations

  • Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind adhere to National MIND’s Quality Standards.

Find out more information here  

  • Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind have achieved Investors in People.

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  • Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind have achieved Investors in Volunteers.

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Access To Interpreters

Interpreters can be arranged according to individual need

British Sign Language interpreters can also be arranged.

Disabled Access

The offices do have disabled access

Home Visiting Service

Home visits can be arranged for some of our services,where appropriate,including Close2Home

Organisational Information

Middlesbrough and Stockton MIND is a voluntary agency with charitable status.

Registered Charity Number: 1118098

Who we are regulated by

  • Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind is affiliated to Mind – the National Association for Mental Health

Find out more information here

  • And we work within the policies and quality standards of MIND

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Complaints Procedure

Please address your complaints marked “Private and Confidential” to:

Complaints Officer,
Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind,
The Mind Centre 90-92 Lothian Road,

Or you email your complaint to:


What Services do we offer?

Information - The agency can provide basic factual details to help you with your problem by providing information through leaflets, fact sheets or by signposting you.

Advice - The agency will look at your problem in more detail and diagnose the problem, explore your options and provide you with guidance on a particular course of action. The information given will be tailored to your particular circumstances.

Advocacy - The agency will provide you with support and encouragement or represent your views, needs or rights eg make telephone calls on your behalf with you present.

Representation - The agency will take on your case and act on your behalf. This can include representing you at tribunal or court.

  • Information
  • Advice
  • Advocacy
  • Representation