Recovery in Action aims to reduce the social isolation experienced by people with mental health issues, living within our inner city communities. Through a structured programme of group work and tailored one-to-one support the project enables participants to identify and achieve personal goals, work towards better social integration and develop pathways to a healthier, more positive and sustainable life experience.
The Association for Post-Natal Illness is the leading organisation in its field. It is a Registered Charity (No. 280510) and it was established in 1979 to:
Provide support to mothers suffering from post-natal illness
Increase public awareness of the illness
To encourage research into its cause and nature
Beat is the UK’s leading charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders or difficulties with food, weight and shape.
The Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN) is a group of researchers and research participants in the UK undertaking research aimed at investigating the underlying causes of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is thought to affect 1 in every 100 adults at some time during their life and men and women appear to be affected equally.
Community Housing and Therapy (CHT) is a registered charity that runs therapeutic communities which help people who are experiencing severe mental ill health gain a foothold in the world by positioning themselves in relationship to the other and to language, and finding stabilisation in relation to the community rather than to their symptoms.
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.
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.
Working across the world to spread positive and hopeful messages about the experience of hearing voices. If you hear voices, know someone who does or want to find out more about this experience – then this site is for you.
Self Management UK are here to help you manage your long-term health condition better by yourself. They aim to give you the tools, skills and support you need to improve your wellbeing. Self Management UK’s free course is for patients living with one or more long-term health conditions. The self-management programme will give you practical solutions, tools and techniques so that you can better manage your condition on a daily basis.
The Maytree Suicide Respite Centre is the only place of its kind in the UK and fills a gap in services, between the medical support of the NHS and the helplines and drop-in centres of the voluntary sector.