The Alzheimers Society provide dementia services and support groups. To find out about services in you local area enter you postcode on their website.
WIAS run a ‘drop-by’ and a helpline and offer small women’s groups as well as one to one counselling. Women can also send in material for their website about their experiences – including what has been helpful for them, and what they would like to see happen for themselves and for other women in the future.
National Mind have produced a range of information about mental health. straightforward practical information on a range of mental health issues help for people to maintain and improve their mental health and prevent mental distress about common treatments for mental… Read more
Counselling and psychotherapy for individuals and couples experiencing emotional or psychological difficulties at various venues in the Bristol and Bath areas. Usually charge 42 pounds per session. Funds may be made available to subsidise the costs of treatment for people… Read more
most of who have suffered depression or distress after the birth of one or more babies. They offer support
Established in 1983 and located in the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, Western Counselling is a residential treatment centre providing detoxification, rehabilitation and extended care for those suffering from drug and/or alcohol use, gambling, food disorders and co-dependency with… Read more
The purpose of the service is to make it easier for a veteran, or a relative or close friend of a veteran, to get the best advice and support on your mental health…
Self-injury Support offers a text and email support service (TESS) for girls and young women under 25yrs affected by self-injury. This service runs Sunday Friday 7-9pm on 07800 472908, and can be accessed via email through their website. Self Injury… Read more