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Self Help Groups

  • DABS Pathfinder Service

    DABS Pathfinder is a pointing service that provides free support and information all over the UK and the Republic of Ireland to anyone and any organisation regarding issues to do with childhood abuse, incest and rape. Their telephone support contacts are professional counsellors or therapists...
  • ElectroSensitivity-UK

    ElectroSensitivity-UK is a registered charity created to promote and protect the physical and mental health of sufferers of electrosensitivity, also known as electrical hypersensitivity (EHS) in the United Kingdom through the provision of support, education and practical advice.
  • Everyman Project

    Everyman Project is a voluntary, charitable organisation based in London which offers a range of support services for men who want to stop behaving violently or abusively, and for their partners. These include a focussed, brief counselling programme, a partner support programme, and a telephone...
  • First Person Plural

    UK survivor-led membership charity working for people with experience of dissociative distress, including dissociative identity disorder. Membership is open to survivors, their family, friends and professional allies. Members receive a newsletter and invitations to attend occasional open...
  • Happy Days Children's Charity

    Happy Days is a registered charity that provides special holidays and day trips for children who suffer from severe illnesses and disabilities, or who have extenuating circumstances. Children are referred to the charity for a number of reasons including: disability, following major surgery, or as...
  • HCPT - The Pilgrimage Trust

    Each year during Easter Week HCPT takes around 2,000 children with disabilities or social or emotional needs on a pilgrimage holiday to Lourdes. They come from all walks of life and may belong to any religion or indeed none at all. The children, aged 7-18, come from the UK, Ireland, and other...
  • HIT

    HIT delivers effective interventions on drugs, community safety, and other public health concerns. They produce publications, run mass media campaigns, deliver training, organise conferences, and provide consultancy.They also provide a reference library on drugs in Merseyside. They work in...
  • HOPE groups

    Support & self-help groups for men & women 16 yrs and over who were sexually abused as children.Covering Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale.
  • Kidscape

    Kidscape is a charity which was established in 1984 to prevent child abuse and bullying. It offers help and support to parents of children, who are being bullied, and holds assertiveness courses for children. Kidscape works with a range of groups including care professionals, teachers, and...
  • Light (Living In Greater Hope Together)

    A non-judgemental self help group for both men and women survivors of child abuse, Looking at issues left behind after the abuse. We will meet weekly with qualified and experienced volunteers. There will be a weekly charge to cover costs as we are a non profit organisation. We take referrals from...