Welcome to Black Country Mental Health

We are a mental health charity that aims to improve, promote and enhance a better quality of life for people affected by poor mental health, across the Black Country. We do this through a range of different services designed to help adults, young people and children.



Join us on Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm at Black Country Mental Health, Bushey Fields Hospital site, Dudley.


Growing in the park

We use gardening to build and support the mental and physical health of our communities. Our projects provide activities, skills training and friendship for people with, or at risk of, isolation and poor mental health.

Black Country Mental Health women's group


Women’s Group

This group offers invaluable support for females who have experienced trauma.


Wellbeing Warriors

This is a programme of between 8-10 sessions training children/young people to recognise when their peers may be upset anxious or worried, and gives them the confidence to approach and support them.

Support line

Our support line is open Mon to Fri 9am–11pm and Sat to Sun 10am–11pm. We may be busy with other calls but please leave a message and we will be in touch

Become a member

As a non profit charity, we rely on fundraising as one the main ways to bring in funds to support ourselves and fund the services which we provide.

Become a sponsor

As a non-profit charity, sponsorship is really important to us.  They help us maintain our services and help provide extra support to people who need it.

Who are Black Country Mental Health?

​We are a mental health charity that aims to improve, promote and enhance a better quality of life for people living across the Black Country affected by poor mental health.

There are many different ways of fundraising. If you have any fundraising ideas of your own we would love to hear about them and get involved!

Black Country Mental Health women's group


Shame. Guilt. Anger. Depression. Anxiety. Powerlessness. 

If you have survived trauma of any kind, then it is likely that you will have experienced at least one of these powerful emotions affecting your everyday life. Nearly 6 in 10 men feel that society expects a man to always be emotionally strong. And 1 in 3 men never talk about their feelings to anyone else.  It’s time to break the silence.  

We provide a safe, welcoming, personal space to get trauma-informed support.

Led by BACP registered, integrative psychotherapist, Nic Auerbach, MANTALK! is a free, weekly drop-in where you can just be…your real self. 

Let’s Break The Silence Together – every Thursday @ 13.00.


Join us at Tales of the Secret Walled Garden – An Earth Day Special

Volunteering opportunities

Black Country Mental Health

Horticultural Project Vacancies

We still have vacancies at our horticultural project based at Wollescote Park managing the old walled garden. No particular skills needed just a willingness to help out and at the same time manage your mental wellbeing.

Volunteers needed

Volunteer Qualified Walk Leader for our Walk and Talk Service. Volunteer fundraisers who can complete applications for grants.