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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Jewish Care

    Jewish Care is a large health and social care organisation serving the Jewish community in London and the south east of England. They believe Jewish people should have access to specialist services that are designed to meet their needs. This is reflected in the care they provide which recognises...
  • Journeys

    Journeys (formerly the Depression Alliance Cymru) was launched 11 April 2008. Journeys is the only organisation with the sole purpose of supporting people affected by depression in Wales, and their family and friends. Journeys takes a holistic approach to overcoming depression through guided...
  • Karten Network

    The Karten Network is a charity with the purpose of improving the quality of life and independence of adult people with congenital or acquired physical, cognitive, sensory, learning disabilities or mental health problems. The Karten Centres provide a supportive learning environment together with...
  • LAMP

    Closely involved in consultation and development of local services, LAMP is a registered charity promoting mental health in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. LAMP works primarily with people experiencing mental distress and with carers. Its advocacy services empower people to make informed...
  • Leeds Mind

    Leeds Mind aims to be an inclusive, dynamic and creative organisation which supports people experiencing distress. We seek to achieve this with Leeds MIND projects such as: · CATs (Counselling and therapy services) · SHIP – A survivor-led group work project · Housing...
  • Lincoln Mood group

    Weekly group to discuss moods, such as depression, anger, anxiety.
  • Linking Voices

    Linking Voices is a support website with local directory of support groups for people in Lincolnshire that have experience of mental illness
  • Lithium Club

  • London Psychological Foundation

    The London Psychological Foundation's primary aim is the prevention of mental ill health. The Foundation achieves this by keeping the professions up to date with developments and research and has drop-in centres in the UK where individuals can get information on all aspects of mental illness....
  • Making Space

    Helps schizophrenia sufferers and their families in the North of England. Provides support and advice to people in their own homes and has supported housing, residential facilities and employment opportunities.