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Self Help UK
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Self Help Groups

  • Elfrida Society

    The Elfrida Society has worked with people with learning difficulties since 1919. They believe that people with learning difficulties are excluded from society because their strengths are not valued and their needs are not recognised. Their aim is to identify and promote the best ways of...
  • Elizabeth Finn Care

    Elizabeth Finn Care is a charity that provides practical and financial support to people from a wide range of backgrounds - people who have slipped into poverty due to, or made worse by, physical or mental illness, family breakdown, bereavement or redundancy and older people on inadequate pensions....
  • Elizabeth FitzRoy Support

    Elizabeth FitzRoy Support cares for and supports around 500 people with a learning disability across England. The charity was founded by Elizabeth FitzRoy, whose fundamental belief was that all people are equal and that their differences should be respected. Features of the charity and its services...
  • Emotions Anonymous

    Emotions Anonymous (EA) is a twelve-step organization, similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. The Fellowship is composed of people who come together in weekly meetings for the purpose of working towards recovery from emotional difficulties. EA members are from many walks of life and are of diverse ages,...
  • Ex-Services Mental Health

    The only organisation specialising in the care of men and women of all ranks discharged from the Armed Services and Merchant Navy who suffer from mental health problems. It employs 12 welfare officers throughout the UK.
  • Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society (Combat Stress)

    The only organisation helping ex-Servicemen and women suffering psychological problems due to their Service career. 3 Treatment Centres in Surrey, Shropshire and Ayrshire and a Welfare Office in Belfast. 15 Regional Welfare Officers covering the UK, we can help with War Pensions and Appeals....
  • Fellowhip of Depressives Anonymous,

    Supports and encourages people suffering from depression on a mutual help basis, complementing professional care. Information service via telephone - 10.0am - 10.00pm.
  • First Steps to Freedom

    First Steps to Freedom is a registered charity which aims to help, in a practical way, those who suffer from phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (excessive washing, checking, unwanted thoughts etc.), general anxiety, panic attacks and those who wish to come off tranquillisers, together with help...
  • Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities

    The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities works with people with learning disabilities, their families and professionals to do research, policy development, training and service and organizational development. They aim to enable people with learning disabilities to decide where they want...
  • Good Practices in Mental Health