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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • FPA (Scotland)

    The fpa Scotland is completely focused on improving Scotland’s sexual health and wellbeing, and the increased activity, particularly around service improvement, is welcomed. These activities are mainly focused on four areas: Increasing the capacity of the public and voluntary sector workforce...
  • FPA (Wales)

    The fpa in Wales is the only voluntary sector organisation with a Wales-wide interest in all aspects of sexual health. They have extensive knowledge of the sexual health field in Wales, and work closely with the Welsh Assembly to promote best practice as the HIV and Sexual Health Services...
  • Freedom Programme

    Helps survivors and perpetrators of abuse to improve their lives
  • Frenchay Rehabilitation Houses

    Frenchay Rehabilitation Houses aim to provide an environment where a person who chooses to remain free from all mood altering substances can engage in personal growth. The organisation has two houses in Weston-Super-Mare for alcohol and drug rehabilitation which are registered with CSCI. There are...
  • Friends of Landau-Kleffner Syndrome

    Landau Kleffner Syndrome (LKS) is a rare form of childhood epilepsy (acquired epileptic aphasia) which results in a severe language disorder. Friends of Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (FOLKS) is a registered charity which provides support to families and carers of children with LKS and information to...
  • Gabbitas Educational Consultants Ltd

    Gabbitas is an educational consultancy specializing in independent education, which has been operating since 1873. The company offers a wide range of services, including support for those seeking special educational needs provision. Support includes assessment by experienced educational...
  • GamCare

    GamCare has become the leading authority on the provision of information, advice and practical help in addressing the social impact of gambling in the UK.
  • Gateway 15-20

    Gateway 15-20 Supports young people between the ages of fifteen and twenty through times of emotional distress. We provide one to one work, as well as workshops, and we work with young people with mild to moderate mental health issues. Using a variety of self help information.

    GEEPS is an international network of families and friends of children born with abdominal abnormalities. GEEPS is run by the families and friends of children affected with gastroschisis or exomphalos. The aim of GEEPS is to support families through the shock of diagnosis and beyond in the hope...
  • Gender Trust

    Operating since 1990, the Gender Trust is the largest UK charity in a position to help anyone affected by gender identity issues. The Trust is a membership organisation but its services are available to all. They can offer: custom training and support to organisations/companies in the...