[Skip to content]

Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Changing Minds

    The campaign to increase the understanding of mental health problems and reduce their stigma and discrimination. The Royal College of Psychiatrists campaign, Changing Minds: Every Family in the Land, aims to increase understanding of six common mental disorders, to challenge preconceptions...
  • Changing Minds in Hertfordshire

    A county wide charity, Changing Minds in Hertfordshire, founded by Andrew Ludlam, is here to offer information, support and advice for sufferers of depression as well as for their family, friends or carers.
  • Charlie Waller Memorial Trust

    The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust aims to promote awareness, recognition and effective treatment of depression. The re-launch of the award winning 'Students Against Depression' website www.studentdepression.org in October 2007 is aimed at the pivotal time of the new student term. CWMT is unable...
  • Chinese Mental Health Association

    Promotes the preservation and safeguarding of mental health and the relief of people of Chinese origin suffering from mental distress in the London area. Working with statutory and voluntary agencies.
  • Combat Stress

    Assists ex-servicemen and women suffering from stress-related mental illness. Also helps with war pensions and appeals
  • Community Alternatives Team

    The CAT is a Social Services funded team of development and support workers involved in numerous projects providing a wide range of alternatives to "traditional day-care" for adults with mental-health issues living in leeds.
  • Consumer Consultancy

    An active campaigning group managed by people living with mental health issues
  • Coventry Black Mental Health

    Gives support to people who are under pressure or are experiencing mental ill health. Works closely with social workers, community health workers, doctors and mental health teams in the field of mental health.
  • CrossReach

    CrossReach is one of the largest social care agencies in Scotland, providing care and support for thousands of people in need every day of the year. Although CrossReach is part of the Church of Scotland, their services are available to people of all faiths or none at all. Their work is split into...
  • Defeat Depression Campaign

    A national campaign organised by The Royal College of Psychiatrists in association with The Royal College of General Practitioners. Five-year campaign finishing n 1997.