The Harbour provide free access to individual, couples, and group counselling for adults affected by life-threatening illness, including friends and family and those who have been bereaved.
The Southmead Project provides free counselling and support for survivors of abuse and addiction across Bristol and surrounding areas.
The Willow Tree Centre provides a free confidential and unbiased one-to-one listening and support service for people experiencing difficulties related to unplanned pregnancy, abortion, and after all types of pregnancy loss.
TOP UK (Triumph Over Phobia) specialise in supported self-help for sufferers of phobias, OCD, and other related anxiety disorders. Peer support groups run regularly.
Victim Support offer free, independent, and confidential advice and support to anyone who has been affected by crime, including a 24-hour helpline, and advocacy for victims of domestic abuse.
WECIL is a charity run by and for disabled people in Bristol and the surrounding areas. Services include helplines and employment support.
In B&NES, WECIL provides services for disabled children and young people, including volunteer befriending and activities.
Wellspring offers confidential help and support to residents of North Somerset who are experiencing loss and bereavement, relationship difficulties, stress and anxiety, depression or emotional abuse. Services are available for children and young people (aged 11 – 18) and adults (18+).
YoungMinds provide advice, information, and tools to help young people to look after their mental health, and to inform parents of young people on issues relating to youth mental health.
Cruse offer support for people who have experienced bereavement across the UK through their national helpline. Local support services are also available.
OTR is a mental health social movement by and for young people aged 11 – 25 living in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Projects include social groups and workshops, talking therapies, and focused support for LGBTQ+ and BAME young people.