World Mental Health Day 2022

Published: 04/10/2022

Rotherham United Community Sports Trust are proud to support with World Mental Health Day 2022 with Rotherham and Barnsley Mind Charity. This year we are working with Rotherham & Barnsley Mind, showing our support for the incredible work they do. Mind deliver one to one counselling support for adults living in the Rotherham & Barnsley… Continue reading World Mental Health Day 2022

Rotherham United Community Sports Trust are proud to support with World Mental Health Day 2022 with Rotherham and Barnsley Mind Charity.

This year we are working with Rotherham & Barnsley Mind, showing our support for the incredible work they do. Mind deliver one to one counselling support for adults living in the Rotherham & Barnsley are, as well as counselling support covering low to moderate Mental Health difficulties including Bereavement, Anger management, Anxiety and depression,

The Children and Young Person’s Team works with schools across Rotherham and Barnsley areas. They support children and young people when dealing with issues that can have a negative impact on their mental well-being. Qualified mental health workers offer a non-judgemental, safe space for children to work through any issues which may be affecting their emotional well-being.


“It has been nice to have someone to speak to who isn’t family or friends, and I don’t feel judged”

(age 12)

Mind work in primary and secondary schools with children from age 5-18. Their main priority is their emotional well-being and that they are safe from any emotional/sexual/physical abuse. Counsellors are very adaptable and work creatively in a fun way to make mental health not seem such a daunting experience. Areas they cover are friendship, Relationships, Confidences, Self-esteem, Sleep, Worry, Stress, Anxiety, Exam stress, Anger, Bereavement, OCD, Past trauma, Self- Harm and Suicide.

The sessions have given me more confidence for drama in school and in general”
 (age 13)


Both Mind and the Trust are here to listen, mental health problems affect one in four of us, yet people are still afraid to speak out. Through our sessions, we hope to break down stereotypes, improve relationships, aid recovery and take away stigma. We offer a range of sessions from our Walking Groups and Coffee Mornings to our Inclusion Football and Mature Millers. Our qualified health team go above and beyond to offer the Rotherham community sessions and support to anyone who needs it. Speak to us, meet us for a coffee, or even start a new sporting hobby with us.

If anyone would like any more information they can head to Rotherham and Barnsley Mind’s website – Home | Rotherham & Barnsley Mind (rbmind.co.uk) or call 01709 919929 for Rotherham and 01226211188 for Barnsley. Any enquiries can also be sent to contactus@rbmind.co.uk

You can also contact Rotherham United Community Sports Trust for any sessions and support we provide at community@rotherhamunited.net | 01709 827 767