Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre seeks to serve the health, welfare, educational and cultural needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families resident in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and London-wide.
Albrighton Centre is a community centre inSouth London. The new centre first opened in March 2011 and has offered a varity of community work aimed at local residents and the local community since that time. The centre runs a number of weekly activities aimed at a wide cross section of the community and we hope that this page will provide you with information and help in identifying those activities that are of use to you.
AA is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to the Fellowship for help. The way we work is very simple - it is one alcoholic talking to another. AA experience has always been made available freely to all who sought it.
Anxiety Alliance is a charity dedicated to helping and supporting those suffering from anxiety.
Launched on July 6, 2000, this web site has always been a work in progress consisting of articles, information, expert medical documents, news stories and personal accounts.
Our Youth Project supports young people aged between 18 and 25 years old who are affected by bipolar. This includes those who may or may not have a diagnosis, as well as young people who may be caring for someone with bipolar.
A safe online community of people who are anxious, down or not coping who support and help each other by sharing what’s troubling them, guided by trained professionals.
Bipolar UK provide a range of services to enable people affected by bipolar and associated illnesses to take control of their lives.
Blackfriars Settlement is a registered charity providing services to the community. They offer a wide range of services and activities, supporting people to achieve their goals and improve their wellbeing.
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a set of informal self-help groups made up of men and women with a common interest in working through the problems that co-dependency has caused in their lives. CoDA is based on AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and uses an adapted version of their Twelve Steps and Traditions as a central part of its suggested programme of recovery.
Cocoon Family support is a London-based charity who support those affected by ante- and postnatal depression, and those struggling to deal with difficult emotions before and after birth.
Depression Alliance merged with Mind in August 2016. For almost 40 years, Depression Alliance has been bringing people together to end the loneliness and isolation that can come with depression. Mind will continue to deliver services formerly provided by Depression Alliance, including Friends in Need and the Depression Alliance self-help groups.
Depression UK (D-UK) is a national Self Help Organisation that offers support to its several hundred members. Most suffer from depression; others may be past sufferers, or care for those who have the illness.
The Dragon Café is Mental Fight Club’s latest creative project: a relaxing café and imaginative space, open to all. The Dragon Cafe provides a simple, affordable, healthy menu each week, and a wide range of creative and well-being activities, all of which are free and open to all.
Elefriends is a supportive online community where you can be yourself.
First Person Plural is the only national survivor-led membership charity in the UK which exclusively works for and on behalf of those affected by dissociative identity disorder (DID) (sometimes called multiple personality disorder.
Friends in Need is a free and supportive community for everyone affected by depression, so you don’t have to go through it alone. You can find new friends in your local area and online, so you’ll always have a safe and friendly space when you need it most. You can meet up locally with people who share your interests and hobbies, take part in events in your area or chat to others online.
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.
H.U.S.H. (The Hidden Universe of Self-Harm) was launched in 2001 and is a fully user-led self-harm support group based in East London.
JEWISH CARE is the largest health and social care organisation serving the Jewish community in London and the South East. We run over 70 centres and services, caring for more than 7,000 people and their families every week.