The list below is displaying South Gloucestershire Advisers. There are 54 results, this is page 1 of 6.

Navigate CIO

Debt/money advice service and financial capability courses provided in certain areas of Devon and Somerset.

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Indigo Project

Advice, advocacy and counselling for young people aged 13+ who self harm. Services include therapy and support groups, counselling, mentoring and e-counselling, helpline for service users, text, phone and email support and outreach consultations. Training for professionals and carers.

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Meningitis Research Foundation

Free support service (080 8800 3344 - Mon - Fri, 9am – 5pm) providing information on meningitis and septicaemia (the blood poisoning form of meningitis) to members of the public and health professionals. Offers help and support by providing detailed information and telephone befriending to those affected.Live chat available on www.meningitis.org.uk. Email support available helpline@meningitis.org

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Royal British Legion - Pop In Centre - Bristol

Our Pop In advice and information centre is a welcoming space for Service personnel and veterans to get practical help and advice, and for members of the public to find out more about the wide range of services and community activities provided by the Legion.

Somerset & Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS)

Helpline offering emotional support, signposting information, and access to other services for women and girls who have experienced any sexual violence at any time in their lives. Provide support and information through the helpline, regular support sessions, and via email. Also run a helpline for men and boys 0808 801 0464. Calls to 0808 80 numbers are free to call from landlines and mobile phones within the UK and do not appear on itemised bills.

Womankind - Bristol Women's Therapy Centre

1) Telephone and Webchat Helpline providing listening support for women in distress and support for women experiencing mental health difficulties, domestic and sexual abuse. 2) Befriending for women with mental health issues and women who've experience sexual violence. 3) Low cost and free individual counselling and group therapy and specialist therapy for survivors of rape and sexual abuse. Refugee, trafficked and asylum seeking women. D/deaf and hard of hearing women.

Stand Against Racism & Inequality (SARI)

Support, advice and advocacy for people experiencing racial harassment or racial violence. Emergency panic alarm system available for people at risk of violence. Race discrimination servce. Advice on home security. Training for schools. Race equality training. For outside hours emergency pager number call the office.

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Well Aware

Free, online information resource for everyone in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. We have information on many local organisations and groups listed on our website that can help improve your health and wellbeing. These include personal health services, lunch clubs, social groups, home help, gardeners, transport schemes, advice services, counselling and many other forms of support. Well Aware also run a phoneline with friendly advisers providing information, advice and guidance.

PostScript360 (formerly known as Battle Against Tranquillisers)

PostScript 360 are committed to supporting individuals to reduce the harms caused by prescribed drugs associated with dependence and withdrawal through a wrap-around service of one to one therapy, group therapy and a telephone support service. Our service is for clients who want to withdraw safely off Benzodiazepines (Benzos) and other similar prescribed drugs and to improve their emotional and social wellbeing. If you or a loved one is finding it hard to successfully taper off benzodiazepines, please know that help is available. Contact us, our specialist practitioners can help you overcome a dependence to benzodiazepines and concerns. We offer two types of therapy services, the first is Therapy 300 that is a face to face service, you will receive a tailored assessment and recovery support plan, ongoing support from a specialist practitioners, counselling and group therapy. We also offer advocacy service, liaising on your behalf with your GP and health services. This service is available for people who can attend Gloucester House at Southmead Hospital. Our second service is a Telephone Support Service which is talking therapy, you will receive a tailored assessment and recovery support plan, weekly therapy for 20-30 minutes, and a listening support service. For more information talk to our friendly team on 0117 9663629 or email info@postscript360.org.uk . Our helpline is open Monday – Friday from 10am – 4 pm you can leave a message outside of these times and we will get back to you as soon as we can. We can also train health professions, promote prevention awareness, as well as support people through advocacy.

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Bristol Mind

Helplines: Mindline (0808 808 0330); confidential freephone emotional support helpline, 7pm to 11pm every night; Information and Signposting Service (0117 980 0370 / info@bristolmind.org.uk), local rate helpline offering mental health information and support, 9:30am – 3:30pm Monday - Friday; Mindline Trans+ (0300 330 5468) – local rate emotional support for trans+ people UK-wide, staffed by trans+ listeners, 8pm to Midnight Monday & Friday. Advocacy: Community Outreach Advocacy (advocacy@bristolmind.org.uk, Drop-ins Tuesdays 11:00am – 2:00pm @ Old Market), one-to-one advocacy support; Bristol Hate Crime and Discrimination Services (0800 171 2272 / hatecrimecasework@bristolmind.org.uk), advocacy and support for victims of hate crime; IMHA and in-patient advocacy (imha@bristolmind.org.uk); IMCA & DoLS (imca@bristolmind.org.uk); BME-specific advocacy (www.bristolmind.org.uk/bme-advocacy). Counselling: Low-cost counselling or psychotherapy, including a dedicated LGBTQ+ service (counselling@bristolmind.org.uk). Refugee Services: Free counselling for adult male refugees (refugee.counselling@bristolmind.org.uk), Support group for refugee women (www.bristolmind.org.uk/women-without-borders), and Greenspace Wellbeing Project for refugees and asylum seekers (www.bristolmind.org.uk/greenspace). Training: Workplace mental health training for organisations, including accredited courses (www.bristolmind.org.uk/training). Volunteering Opportunities: Training and supervision provided - www.bristolmind.org.uk/volunteering

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