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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • ADHD In Suffolk

    Support group offering support to families and professionals
  • African-Caribbean Mental Health Foundation

    Provides counselling, support, self-advocacy, volunteering, drop-in facilities, and training/lecturing consultancies mainly in race and mental health.
  • Agoraphobia Network

    The agoraphobia support network has one main intention, to create an environment where agoraphobics may no longer feel alone and isolated within the confinement of their homes, with an illness that few people really understand unless they themselves have been there.
  • Anxiety Uk (formerly National Phobics Society)

    Anxiety and obsessive/compulsive disorders
  • APRIL Adverse Psychiatric Reactions Information Link

    Information given and data compiled from medical sources and anecdotal reports, of adverse psychiatric reactions to medicines and anaesthetics.
  • Arbours Association Limited

    Provides intensive, personal and psychotherapeutic support for individuals, couples or families in emotional distress.
  • Association for Post-Natal Illness

    The work of the Association is essential as post-natal illness affects between 70,000 and 100,000 women and their babies in the UK every year. It is rightly called 'the silent epidemic'. The Association gratefully acknowledges the very generous support of Mr and Mrs J. A. Pye's Charitable...
  • Bipolar Scotland

    Bipolar Scotland support self-helps groups throughout Scotland. They also provide information and act as a lobby group for people with the diagnosis and their carers.
  • Bipolar UK

    Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. We provide a range of services to enable people affected by bipolar and associated illnesses to take control of their lives. Each...
  • Black Mental Health Resource Centre

    Provides individual and group support, advocacy and counselling for people experiencing mental health problems, 'black' being defined as those who are from or have their origins in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.