Frazzled Cafe meetings provide a ‘talk-in’ place where people who are feeling frazzled can meet fortnightly to talk and share their personal stories in a safe, anonymous and non-judgmental environment – a place where it’s ok, to not be ok.
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to do the same.
Gamblers Anonymous, The Wellness Centre 45 Montrose Avenue, Intake Doncaster DN2 6PL
H.U.S.H. (The Hidden Universe of Self-Harm) is a fully user-led self-harm support group based in East London.
Christ Church Manchester Road London E14 3BN
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Phone: Susan Dean Landline: 020 7093 1299 Mobile: 07709 612 847
Hearing Voices Network (HVN) is a national charity which aims to become a main focus point for people of all ages and backgrounds to talk freely about voice-hearing, visions and similar sensory experiences.
86-90 Paul Street London EC2A 4NE
Kindred Minds is a unique mental health project for people from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds in Southwark and nearby areas. We are user-run and user-led project by service users for service users – We are experts by experience.
Cambridge House 1 Addington Square London SE5 0HF
Phone: 020 7358 7279
Lambeth and Southwark Mind is an independent local charity providing assistance to people living in both the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark. Various activities and levels of support are given to those experiencing mental health problems.
Piano House 9 Brighton Terrance, Brixton London SW9 8DJ
LGBT Jigsaw are a partnership between Stonewall Housing, Galop, the Albert Kennedy Trust and PACE; four organisations that have specialisms in working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT) young people. They also work with […]
THT Lighthouse South 14-15 Lower Marsh SE1 7RJ
London Nightline is a confidential listening, support and practical information service for students in London. They support students from around 40 universities in London. You can talk to them about anything – big or small – in complete confidence. They won’t judge you or tell you how to run your life: they’ll simply listen to whatever is on your mind.
- Black, Asian & Ethnic Minorities
- Children & Families
- Crime & Victim Support
- Domestic Violence & Abuse
- Education & Training
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- Food & Nutrition
- Getting Active
- Health & Wellbeing
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- Mental Health
- Older People
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- Young People