Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) is an organisation providing support to individuals who want to heal from engaging in harmful sexual behaviours. Support is provided through helplines and support groups.
St Werburghs Community Centre provide a range of services, courses, and events to residents of the local area, including family and wellbeing services and digital inclusion courses.
Bristol Survivors Network is a group of people with lived experience of mental health difficulties, campaigning to improve mental health services. The groups also:
- discuss mental health issues
- hold social meetings
- comment about documents and reports
- send representatives to mental health meetings
Please note – they do not offer a counselling or crisis service.
Ara is a major provider of supported housing services in Bristol as a partner in the Recovery Orientated Alcohol and Drugs Service (ROADS), and has an extensive and expanding service providing counselling and support for problem gamblers.
NHS inform in Scotland have produced a range of self-help guides relating to mental health. The guides draw on CBT techniques and can be worked through at your own pace.
AidBox Community run small, relaxed community groups for refugee and asylum seekers. There are separate groups for men and women. Everyone is welcome for fun, to share skills, culture, language, and friendship.
Many Minds is a Bristol-based charity that facilitates creative spaces, performances, and workshops for and by people with experience of mental ill-health.
The Hope Project provides short-term emotional and practical support for men aged 30-64 who are in psychological distress or have recently self-harmed.
On My Mind, from the Anna Freud Centre, offers a range of self-help tools and information for young people around topics relating to mental health. The Anna Freud Centre also has a dedicated crisis text messenger service.