Please see attached LGBT Services Leaflet
Youth counselling at Network is available to anyone aged 11 or above.
Growing into the adult world today can feel very tough and sometimes it all can feel just too much because of relationship difficulties, family difficulties, school pressures, peer pressures, bullying, bereavement, or just difficult thoughts and feelings. Whatever it may be, talking things through with a professional counsellor who is in-touch with the colour of a young person’s world today, can help. You may come with specific issues, or you may simply want an opportunity to talk and learn a little more about yourself.
The counsellor is there for you and to listen to what it is that concerns you and to help you say what you want.
Network Counselling offers affordable counselling in a welcoming, safe and confidential space where people can be listened to, accepted and understood.
A charity which aims to promote well-being in people with mild to moderate mental health issues.
Socialising and support for Bristol’s Bi Community.
Every 2nd Wednesday of each month at Hydra Book Shop from 8pm – 10pm.
Fortnightly Mindfulness and Compassion sessions for Mental Well Being at Bristol Mind with experienced and qualified Practitioner Vicki Thomas. 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month starting on 7th September until 21st December 2017. Sessions start at 7:30pm – 9pm… Read more
The University of Bristol Law Clinic, situated on Berkeley Square, offers free legal advice to members of the public on a range of issues – from landlord-tenant disputes, to benefits and employment problems. They also answer queries relating to the field of Family Law and related areas. The Clinic works by recruiting law students from the university at the beginning of every academic year, who are then trained and offer advice to people under the supervision of staff members.
Helpline providing advice & information for carers on any issue including benefits, residential care, the Carer’s Act and respite care.
Anxiety UK works to relieve and support those living with anxiety disorders by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including 1:1 therapy.
We provide support for anyone (women, men and children) who has been the victim of rape and sexual abuse across the whole Avon and Somerset area. We also provide women’s mental health and domestic abuse support services.