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Mad Millennials secure National Lottery Community funding to progress national peer support efforts.

Mad Millennials (MM), a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the millennial generation with their mental health and well-being, have just secured The National Lottery Community Fund to progress efforts in facilitating a much needed mental health service for millennials.

The non-profit, founded by Charlotte Brockman and Lauren Bamford, launched a national peer to peer network, Mad Millennials Mentors (MMM), last year to service the millennial generation by providing an initiative that has not yet existed but much needed.

Located in 6 key areas across the UK, the MMM scheme facilitates regular monthly themed based sessions, open to everyone. Peer support differs from other forms of mental health services and support in important ways, it is not a replacement for therapy, however it is more than a listening service. In this space, led by trained mentors, individuals can use their shared experiences to give and receive support.

The non-profit plans to deepen roots in all 6 peer support areas to become a referable service, ensuring that those who need support will have access to it. The new funding will be used to achieve this goal, expand national awareness and keep making a difference for the thousands of individuals who need it.

Mad Millennials have grown and built an online presence which gathers, shares and promotes discussion amongst this generation.

To join the community and be a part of the support network follow Mad Millennials at:



To connect with your local MMM group follow at:

  1. Berkshire
  2. Dorset
  3. Hertfordshire
  4. Liverpool
  5. Manchester
  6. Oxfordshire