Aims, Objectives and Mission Statement
Hull & East Yorkshire Mind was founded in 1976 and has over 30 years experience in providing mental health services to people in Hull and East Yorkshire Hull & East Yorkshire Mind has an Executive Committee of up to 15 members.
The Trustees hold the ultimate responsibility for the performance of the charity. The Trustees are volunteers, who bring a variety of skills to the organisation. They work as a team to oversee the management and running of the charity to make sure the charity stays solvent and is doing the things it was set up to do.
Hull and East Yorkshire Mind works to Quality Management in Mind Standards.
Hull and East Yorkshire Mind’s mission is to ensure the future sustainability of the organisation in order to meet the needs of people with, or at risk of, poor mental health.
Aims and Objectives
The Objects (Purpose) of the Organisation
The objects of the Charity as stated in its Memorandum and Articles, amended October 2006 are as follows:
- To promote the preservation of mental health within the community by the advancement of education and the provision of facilities and services for social welfare, personal development, recreation, and social inclusion, being non-party in politics and non-sectarian in religion, without distinction of race, gender or sexuality.
- To assist in relieving and rehabilitating vulnerable persons suffering from mental disorder or conditions of emotional or mental distress requiring advice or treatment.
The Aims of the Charity
The Charity has adopted four key aims in order to deliver its objects:
- To promote better mental health
- To campaign on mental health issues
- To provide quality services
- To challenge inequality