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Self Help Groups


    We are a newly established self help group and we do our best to support and help each other.
  • Haematuria sufferers

    A new support group for people with this condition
  • Haemochromatosis Society

    For those people affected by genetic iron overload and professionals.
  • Haemophilia Society

    Advice and support for people with haemophilia and their families, and for those with HIV contracted through contaminated blood concentrates used in treatment.
  • Hagger Electronics UK

    Hagger Electronics UK supply electronic disability products and induction loop throughout the UK to the hearing impaired, visually impaired, and dyslexic community including education. They assess all electronic disability products for suitability for use by the disabled. They supply a wide...
  • Hahnemann Society for the Promotion of Homoeopathy

  • Hair Loss Life Gain

    HLLG - Where Hair Loss Sufferers can receive Free Life Coaching and Support. The Hair Loss blog features topical Hair Loss subjects, including beauty tips, coping strategies, general information and some life coaching ideas. The campaign 'Bald to Bold' allows people to sign the online...
  • Hairline International - The Alopecia Patients Society

    Helps people who lose their hair for any reason. Information on wigs and hairpieces, current treatments and research. Hairline International 39 St. Johns Close Knowle Solihull West Midlands B93 0NN Tel: 01564 775281
  • Halliwick AST (Association of Swimming Therapy)

    For over half a century people with disabilities have been experiencing freedom in water learning through using the Halliwick Concept. The three main aspects of the Association's work: 1. The development of a network of swimming clubs and groups throughout the UK and abroad where the...
  • HALT (Help Against Liver Tumours)

  • Halton Amputee Self Help

    Self help group for residents of Halton and Warrington Cheshire
  • Handicapped Aid Trust

    The Handicapped Aid Trust (HAT) was set up to make holidays possible for disabled and handicapped people. It recognised that in order for many disabled people to take a holiday, they needed the assistance of a helper. HAT helps in the following ways. Gives grants towards the cost of helpers to...
  • Handicapped Anglers Trust and Boating for the Disabled

    Specially designed boats for the disabled to enjoy water-bourne pleasures.
  • Handigolf Foundation

    Handigolf is for physically disabled people who have to be seated to play all golf shots. It was started in 1988 and is now promoted by the UK charity, The Handigolf Foundation. The Foundation is run by volunteers, many of whom are disabled players themselves. Features of Handigolf are as...

    Support/ info/on postnatal illness to mothers and families in Highland region scotland .

    postnatal illness support for mothers and families in Highland area [scotland].
  • Happy Days Children's Charity

    Happy Days is a registered charity that provides special holidays and day trips for children who suffer from severe illnesses and disabilities, or who have extenuating circumstances. Children are referred to the charity for a number of reasons including: disability, following major surgery, or as...
  • Harley Street Cosmetic Ltd

    Skin, Hair, and herbal cosmetic help centre.
  • Harrow Association of Disabled People

    Harrow Association of Disabled people (HAD) is the umbrella organisation of disabled people living, working or undergoing education or training in the London Borough of Harrow. Founded in 1971 our mission is: To promote the creation of an inclusive society through persuasion, education,...
  • Hartmann UK

    Paul Hartmann is a supplier of healthcare products to the hospital and community markets, nursing homes, chemists, drugstores and supermarkets. The Paul Hartmann Home Delivery Service delivers direct to people in their own homes on behalf of many NHS Trusts. Additionally, the company operates a...
  • HCPT - The Pilgrimage Trust

    Each year during Easter Week HCPT takes around 2,000 children with disabilities or social or emotional needs on a pilgrimage holiday to Lourdes. They come from all walks of life and may belong to any religion or indeed none at all. The children, aged 7-18, come from the UK, Ireland, and other...
  • Headlight

    Headlight is a self help and support group for people with depression in sunderland. At the group you will recieve help,support,reasurance,encouragement, understanding listening ear and information on ways of coping with depression. You are able to express your self in a non judgemental...
  • Headline Hats

    Headline Hats supplies stylish headwear for women with hair loss, as an attractive alternative to wigs. The hats come in one size, stretch to fit most heads and are secure, light and comfortable to wear. Looking good always boosts morale and gives confidence in coping with the difficult problem of...
  • Headlines - Craniofacial Support

    Headlines began in 1993 as ‘The Craniofacial Support Group’ and was set up by a group of parents whose children were affected by craniosynostosis. Today, Headlines - Craniofacial Support is a registered charity run by trustees (who include medical professionals) together with a part-time...
  • Headstart4Babies

    A not-for-profit organisation raising awareness of plagiocephaly and brachcephaly in young babies, and offering non-invasive corrective helmet therapy where required.
  • Headway

    Help and support for people with brain injuries.
  • Healing Foundation (The)

    The Healing Foundation is a national fundraising charity established to champion the cause of people living with disfigurement and visible loss of function by funding research into pioneering surgical and psychological healing techniques. Through research they also raise awareness about the cause...
  • Health and Safety Executive

    Our mission is to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. We look after health and safety in nuclear installations and mines, factories, farms, hospitals and schools, offshore gas and oil installations, the safety of the gas grid...
  • Health Challenge Wales

    Health Challenge Wales is a call to everyone - all people and organisations - to do as much as they can to improve health. The Welsh Assembly Government’s consultation document ‘Well Being in Wales’ emphasised that the health of the nation is not just the responsibility of the Welsh Assembly...
  • Health Creation

    Health Creation, formed by Dr Rosy Daniel internationally renouned Integrated Medicine Consultant, is set up to develop and provide holistic and integrated health care products and services that will enable people to become more involved in the creation of their optimum health, whether they are...
  • Health Education Authority

  • Health Literature Line

    Callers of freephone 0800-555777 are given information about a range of health publications produced by government departments, including those covering solvent abuse, HIV and AIDS etc. This is a PUBLIC freephone number intended for individuals requesting individual leaflets.
  • Health Promotion Agency for Northern Ireland

    The Health Promotion Agency for Northern Ireland is a statutory, non-departmental public body that works to initiate, stimulate, develop and support health promotion at a regional level. The Agency is involved in the following areas: Preparing, publishing and distributing material relevant...
  • Health Protection Agency

    The Health Protection Agency is an independent organisation dedicated to protecting people's health in the United Kingdom. They do this by providing impartial advice and authoritative information on health protection uses to the public, to professionals and to government. They combine public...
  • Health Scan

    Computerised scanning for food intolerance. The answer to most everyday health problems.
  • Health Scotland Library Service

    The Health Scotland Library Service is a free, national information resource for health promotion and consumer health information. The library service is open to the public, health professionals and anyone involved in health improvement in Scotland. The library service provides access to the...
  • Health Supplements Information Service

    The Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS) is an information programme to present the facts about health supplementation in a simple, straightforward way. They aim to provide accurate and balanced information to consumers on the different vitamins, minerals and supplements that can be...
  • Health Voice Network

    National network for anyone who wants community groups, service users and members of the public to have more of a say in the development of health services
  • Healthier Weight Centre

    At the Healthier Weight Centre we take an approach to weight loss that is medically led and based upon the best available scientific evidence. In addition, our Medical Director is one of the UK's leading experts in weight management, giving you the reassurance that this is a highly regarded...
  • Healthy Start Scheme

    With Healthy Start, you can get free vouchers every week which you swap for milk, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and infant formula milk. You can also get free vitamins. You could qualify if you're on benefits or you're pregnant and under 18. The Healthy Start scheme replaced the Welfare Food...
  • Hearing Aid Council

    The Hearing Aid Council was established under the Hearing Aid Council Act 1968 to regulate those who dispense hearing aids in the private sector. It is a criminal offence for anyone to dispense hearing aids privately without being registered with the Council. Registration is only achieved after...
  • Hearing Concern

  • Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

    Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a registered Charity that trains dogs to alert severely and profoundly deaf people to sounds they cannot hear such as the alarm clock, baby crying, smoke alarm and many others
  • Hearing Voices Network

    Hearing Voices Network has the following aims. To support a national network of people who hear voices to better understand the experience, alongside workers, families and friends. To set up self-help groups of voice hearers to share experiences and discuss strategies for coping with voices....
  • Heart Link

    Information, advice and support to heart patients of all ages on all aspects of coronary heart complaints
  • Heart Research UK

    Heart Research UK is a visionary charity that leads the way, funding ground breaking, innovative medical research projects at the cutting edge of science into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease. There is a strong emphasis on supporting patient and surgical projects and young...

    Raise awareness of and promote the welfare of those with Familial Hypercholesterolaemia (FH). Produce literature on cholesterol risk and how to reduce that risk. Lobby for the improvement in risk recognition and healthcare of FH. Telephone helpline manned by trained nurses and dietitian.
  • Heartbeat Northern Ireland

    Heartbeat is a parent support group for families of children who have heart disease. In excess of 300 babies are born here each year in Norther Ireland with a heart disorder. One third of these children are sufficiently ill to require investigation and/or surgery. Heartbeat is made up of...
  • Heartline Association

    HeartLine is a UK registered charity which provides support and help for children with congenital heart conditions and their families.
  • Hearts of Salford

    An online heart support group for people and the families of people living with heart disease and related health conditions. Originally a research study by Salford University it is now run by its members for its members and is free to use. Offers a range of discussion forums and up to date...
  • HeartWeb UK

    HeartWeb, the FREE UK discussion, chat and support forum for people affected by heart disease, heart attack, or heart conditions - uniting patients, carers, medical professionals and the concerned. If your life has been affected by a heart condition, in any way, visit the heart forum and meet...
  • HEAS - Home Education Advisory Service

    HEAS (the Home Education Advisory Service) was established in 1995 by a group of experienced home educators in order to provide good quality information on both the legal and practical aspects of home education. Since then HEAS has given information to families, to education authorities and to...
  • Hebron Trust

    Hebron Trust is a Christian charity providing residential treatment and aftercare support for women with serious drug and alcohol problems. The service is client focussed, working towards abstinence, based on the importance of healthy relationships, including the 12 Steps in a small supportive...
  • Hebron Trust

    Hebron Trust is a Christian charity providing residential treatment and care and post-rehabilitation support for women with serious drug and alcohol problems. Most women who go to the Trust are not practising Christians and there is no pressure to make any kind of religious commitment. The service...
  • Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre

    Assessment, tuition and other services. Teacher/training school support. Bursaries.
  • Help Adolescents with Cancer (HAWC)

    We are a self help charity catering for the needs of young adults suffering from the effects of cancer we also offer cunselling to their parents and siblings. We take between twenty and twenty five to Jersey on a ten day workshop/venture -holiday this event gives the young adults the oportunity to...
  • Help Overcome Panic Effects Ltd

    Self-help group dedicated to the relief of panic disorder and other anxiety related conditions.
  • Help The Aged

    Help the Aged is the charity fighting to free disadvantaged older people in the UK and overseas from poverty, isolation, neglect and ageism. The Charity delivers a range of services: information and advice, home support and community living, including international development work. Help the Aged...
  • Help the Aged Care Fees Advice

    The Help the Aged Care Fees Advice service can introduce clients to care fees specialists who can offer impartial advice on the best ways of meeting the cost of care. Developed in association with NHFA Ltd, a firm of National Independent Financial Advisers and Care Fees specialists, the service can...
  • Helpers Anonymous