The list below is displaying Self help Advisers. There are 363 results, this is page 1 of 37.

Sahir House

Services for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Advocacy, counselling, peer support and social work support. Complimentary therapies. Information service. Training service. Positive Women's group. Positive Men's group. Family support group. Teen support group. HIV Community Nurse support.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

St.Helens Mind

Befriending service providing support by trained volunteers to people who have become isolated due to mental health problems. Also, groups and activities: music and singing groups, art group, allotment/gardening, men’s group, social groups, cinema group. Some groups are open to the public by self referral others by referral by mental health professionals etc.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

South East and Central Essex Mind - Chelmsford

Individual counselling, social support groups, advice and information for people with mental health problems and their carers. Therapeutic and support groups include art, anxiety management, anger management, confidence building, eating disorders and carers' groups. Support group in Witham. Rural isolation project in Braintree. Young person's advocacy.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Scarborough Survivors

Self-help group for people with experience of mental health problems, either personally or as carers/close relatives. Resource centre provides information about local services, also use of computers and internet access, art room, library and coffee bar. Lottery funded project to educate the wider community on the affects of sexual abuse and to support survivors of sexual abuse in childhood.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Independent Advocacy North East

Case advocacy service for people with mental health issues, physical disabilities, vulnerable older people, people who come under the Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) criteria and where applicable those with learning disabilities. Develop and facilitate self-advocacy groups and also provide short term case advocacy.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Lifecraft

Self-help organisation run by and for users and ex-users of mental health services. Groups, activities, support. Lifeline freephone helpline on 0808 808 2121 11am-11pm 365 days a year.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Stockport and District Mind

Support for people with mental health problems or people who are in emotional distress. Social and leisure activities organised in the community. Support groups.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Carlisle Mind

Range of services for people with mental health problems. Information service. Advocacy scheme with trained volunteers who act as advocates to ensure that users views and wishes are listened to. Service user empowerment project. Day care services by referral only. Community access sport and leisure.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

FFLAG

Support for parents and their gay, lesbian, bisexual, non binary and transgender children. Coordinate a network of local parents’ self-help groups and provide an information and listening service via telephone and email. Also assist people who wish to come out to their family. Provide talks, information booklets and a quarterly e-newsletter. Web site contains links to useful resources.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Opal

Advocacy for adults with learning difficulties. Help people to voice their concerns and aim to develop better consultation with those providing services for people with learning difficulties. Self-advocacy group. Programme of activities Monday-Thursday 10am-4pm.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.