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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Abortion Law Reform Association

    The association campaigns for a womans right to choose an abortion, both in law and in practice
  • Action on Pre-Eclampsia

    Information for parents and health professionals. Professional study days. Support via helpline and befriending services. Membership services, including newsletter.
  • Action on Pre-eclampsia

    Action on Pre-eclampsia (APEC) aims to inform and educate parents and health professionals about pre-eclampsia and its risks, support sufferers and their families, and promote medical research into the condition. Membership is open to sufferers, health professionals and other interested parties,...
  • Alice Kilvert Tampon Alert

    Alice Kilvert Tampon Alert was set up 1993. It aims to raise awareness of the possibility of developing toxic shock syndrome during tampon use and to offer support to women who have survived and to bereaved families. The web site holds information on: Minimising the risk of toxic shock...
  • Babyloss

    Babyloss is an online resource for anyone whose life has been touched by pregnancy loss, stillbirth or neonatal death.
  • BAWSO - Black Association of Women Step Out

    Established in 1995 BAWSO is an all Wales, voluntary organisation, providing specialist holistic services to black and minority ethnic women and children, who are, or are about to be made homeless through a threat of domestic abuse, suffering or fleeing domestic abuse in Wales. It is affiliated to...
  • BirthChoiceUK

    This website is aimed at pregnant women in the UK to help them choose where to give birth. This could mean choosing a hospital birth, giving birth in a birth centre or midwifery-led unit, or a home birth. Women are encouraged to think about the sort of birth they would like, using research-based...
  • Breakthrough Breast Cancer

    Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a breast cancer charity and is committed to fighting breast cancer through research and awareness. They aim to: Initiate and support research which aims ultimately to eradicate breast cancer by discovering the causes of the disease, finding methods of prevention...
  • Breast Cancer Haven

    Being diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoing treatment affects a patient both physically and emotionally. Breast Cancer Haven offers a free programme of care to support patients and their families during this time. Staffed by a specialist team, Havens are welcoming day centres providing...
  • Breast Implant Information Society - BIIS

    Women who have, or are considering breast implants can obtain a wealth of literature and first hand advice from The Breast Implant Information Society (BIIS). The BIIS is the only organisation of its kind, dedicated to providing independent, comprehensive and up to date information on breast...