About Us

Why join the Safe Space Community?

Approximately 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health issue in their lifetime and this can also affect family and friends – Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham are on a mission to make sure no one feels alone and are able to access support when they need it the most.

Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham are committed to our community and we are constantly working to improve the lives of those affected by mental health. We are pioneering a community response to improve mental health and wellbeing within our area.

With the help and support from people with lived experience of mental health and local organisations we have developed an exciting new project called ‘Safe Space Community’.  We hope to create a wonderful network of ‘safe spaces’ where members of the community who are experiencing mental health and emotional needs will be welcomed, safe from stigma and judgment and allowed the time and sanctuary when they need it.

To visit the Safe Space Community website click here.


Thank you so much for thinking of joining Safe Space Community, with your support we can make sure no-one has to face a mental health problem alone. To register please click here

If you join the Safe Space Community, your organisation will be sent an information pack, which will include:

  • ‘Safe Space Community’ including window sticker, information leaflets and contact cards
  • Information about our services at Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham
  • Opportunities for your team to access training and awareness courses


We are delighted that you have come to visit our Safe Space Community and we hope that this will help you when you need us the most.

To join our Safe Space Community, you will have to create an account.  This will enable you to view our website and locate your nearest Safe Space, highlight your favourites and leave a customer review.

The website has a map so that you can see where the Safe Spaces are located and even ask for directions. You can pick from 8 different categories of Safe Space, ranging from food and drink to sports and leisure.