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Posted on 22/01/2016

Peer support in the East

Click on one of the regions listed below to find a peer support group in your area.

The organisations listed here have been provided to help you access peer support in your local area. As they are not all Mind services we cannot guarantee the quality of support offered, and suggest you contact them directly to find out more.


Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire

Big Ideas Publishing Enterprise Directorate (BIPED)

Motivating people with mental health needs to be positive through their own creative writing and artwork.

7 Ventura Drive, Bulwell, Nottingham, NG6  8NJ     

tel: 01159 753605

email: memphasis@btinternet.com

access: self referral


British Red Cross Voluntary Community Mental Health Service (VCMHS)

Volunteer support, befriending and visiting service for people over the age of 50 experiencing or recovering from mental health problems.

Heanor Health Centre, Willmot Street, Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7EF

tel: 01773 71878

email: pcross@redcross.org.uk

web: redcross.org.uk

access: referral and self referral


Central Nottinghamshire Mind

Supporting people in the community who have enduring mental health difficulties to assist each other and gain ready access to professional help.

Concord House, 12/14 St John Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 1QJ    

tel: 01623 658044   

email: enquiries@centralnottsmind.org         

web: centralnottsmind.org

access: self referral

 

Derby Depression Club

Bringing people with depression and anxiety together for mutual support.

tel: 07914 300074      

email: info@derbydepressionclub.org.uk      

web: derbydepressionclub.org.uk      

access: referral and self referral

 

Derbyshire Mind

Supporting people experiencing mental health problems, providing advocacy support and the Enjoying Derby Wellbeing project

tel: 01332 623732

email: enquiries@derbyshiremind.org.uk

web: derbyshiremind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral


Erewash Mental Health Association Day Centre

63-67 Derby Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham NG10 4LQ

tel: 01159 461213

access: referral and self referral


Erewash Mental Health Association

We run two day courses providing a supportive atmosphere for people experiencing and recovering from mental health problems.

4 Charlotte Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8LH

tel: 01159 30894

email: info@touchwood-centres.org.uk

access: referral and self referral


Erewash Mental Health Association – Breakthru Day Centre

1 College Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham NG10 4NE

tel: 0115 9461213

access: referral and self referral

 

Institute of Mental Health - Peer Support Training Team

National training provider for accredited peer support training. All our training can be tailored to support and meet the needs of peer supporters and organisations, wherever you are on the journey of peer support.

Institute of Mental Health Building, University of Nottingham, Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 2TU

tel: 0115 8231335 or 07766 733179

email: marissa.lambert@nottshc.nhs.uk

web: institutemh.org.uk/-education-/home

 

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Advocacy Alliance

Support, advocacy and training led by the people who use services and not by service providers.

First Floor, Construction House, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18 5ES  

tel: 01623 662664      

email: advocacy@nnaa.org.uk           

web: nnaa.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Nottingham Depression Support Group (NDSG)

Providing regular meet ups for people suffering from depression to support each other and share their experiences.

4 Hardwick Grove, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire NG2 5HL       

web: meetup.com/Nottingham-Depression-Support-Group

access: self referral


Oasis Group

Giving support and aiding friendships between people with mental health interests within a safe environment.

Clay Cross, Derbyshire          

tel: 07936 122624      

email: chris.swain2@btopenworld.com

access: referral and self referral

 

Open House Nottingham

Provides informal peer support to those who have or are experiencing emotional and mental health difficulties around childbirth and beyond. A very informal drop-in group where mums can meet others who have similar experiences. Children very welcome. 

email: openhousenotts@gmail.com

web: openhouse-notts.org or facebook.com/openhousenotts

access: self referral

 

Rethink Respect Group

Providing mutual support and encouragement to people with personal experience of mental illness, either as a sufferer, friend, relative or carer.

Newark Baptist Church, Albert Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 1FB

tel: 07970 113327      

email: respectgroup.newark@rethink.org

web: rethink.org/services-groups/groups/rethink-respect-group-(newark)

access: referral and self referral

 

Support for Survivors (Childhood Sexual Abuse)

We support male and female survivors aged 16 onwards, offering one-to-one peer support, structured peer-led programmes, outreach crisis and intervention support, adult education programmes, mediation, befriending, mentoring and volunteering.

c/o Support for Survivors, 14 Plantation Cottages, Main Street, Epperstone, Nottinghamshire NG14 6AG

tel: 0115 9111661 or 0781 5715698

email: maxineleighs4s@gmail.com or info@selfhelp.org.uk

access: self referral or referral

 


Leicestershire and Northamptonshire

 

Co-Counselling International

Training courses for reciprocal peer counselling where participants take turns to be a 'client' and a 'counsellor'.

The Laurels, Berry Hill Lane, Donington le Heath, Coalville, Leicestershire LE67 2FB     

tel: 01530 836780      

email: coco@dpets.co.uk       

web: co-counselling.org.uk    

access: self referral

 

Daytime meetups

We also have lots of meet ups happening throughout Northampton, Kettering and Corby. Please contact Tina for more information.

tel: 07983 293301

email: t.harrisskitt@mind.org.uk

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project (LAMP)

Independent voluntary organisation working to promote good mental health for everyone living in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

65 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 6YF

tel: 01162 556286

email: advocacy@derbyshiremind.org.uk

web: lampadvocacy.co.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

New Ark Foundation

We offer support, mentoring advocacy and training opportunities to individuals and families from black, dual heritage or migrant communities.

There is a new traineeship for young people wanting to go into Health and Social Care. 

We are also able to produce culturally competent assessments for childcare proceedings as well as Human Rights assessments.

The Business Centre, Chapel place, Abington Square, Northampton, NN1 4AQ    

tel: 01604 624738     

email: yemi_newark@yahoo.co.uk    

web: newarkfoundation.co.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Northamptonshire depression support group

Meets monthly 7-9pm.

Northampton and District Mind, Anchor House, 6-7 Regent Square, Northampton NN1 2NQ

tel: 07743 149337

email: beat-the-blues@outlook.com

access: Self Help for Depression Groups are open to anyone affected by depression. They provide a safe and welcoming space to make new friends and help combat isolation and loneliness of depression.

 

Oundle Mind

We provide advice and information to people with mental health concerns including  counselling, support groups, day services, creative therapy and volunteer opportunities. 

1 Herne Park, East Road, Oundle, Northamptonshire PE8 4BZ

tel: 01832 275020

email: oundleruralmind@btconnect.com

access: referral and self referral

 

RECOVERY

Support, advocacy and creative therapy services for people suffering from wellbeing issues.

Unit 36, Vulcan House, Vulcan Road, Leicester LE5 3EF

tel: 07581 282899 / 0116 2532073

email: Recovery4wellbeing@gmail.com

web: recovery4wellbeing.org

access: referral and self referral

 

West Leicestershire Mind

Personalised and flexible mental health services in partnership with customers and carers to maximise recovery.

The Constitutional House, 8a Station Road, Hinckley, Leicester LE10 1AW

tel: 01455 890168

email: info@westleicestershiremind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

 


Lincolnshire and Rutland

No listings for Lincolnshire and Rutland at this time.

 



Suffolk and Norfolk

BEAT

A support group for people with eating disorders .

An opportunity for anyone with eating distress in various stages of their illness and recovery to meet people who may be in a similar situation.

Beat Self Help & Support Groups

46 - 48 Westgate Street, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 3ED         

tel: 07803 249114

web: b-eat.co.uk/get-help/get-support/norfolk-support-services

access: self referral

 

BEAT

A monthly support group for people with eating disorders.

An opportunity for anyone with eating distress in various stages of their illness and recovery to meet people who may be in a similar situation.

NORCAS, 35 - 37 Exchange Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1DP  

tel: 07535 418424

email: beatnorwicheatingdisordersgroups@yahoo.com  

web: b-eat.co.uk/get-help/get-support/norfolk-support-services

access: referral and self referral

 

BEAT

A monthly support group for people with eating disorders.

An opportunity for anyone with eating distress in various stages of their illness and recovery to meet people who may be in a similar situation.

Old Saddlers Shop, St Nicholas Church, Market   Place, North Walsham, Norfolk NR28 9BT

tel: 07535 418424

email: beatnorthnorfolkgroup@gmail.com

web: b-eat.co.uk/get-help/get-support/norfolk-support-services

access: referral and self referral

 

Overeaters Anonymous       

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

Toftwood Village Hall, Shipdham Road, Dereham, Norfolk NR19 1LQ     

tel: 07716 529320                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

Focus 12, 82 Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1TQ      

tel: 07939 563282                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

United Reform Church, Princes Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1AZ           

tel: 01603 55188                       

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Norfolk OCD Support

We are a voluntary organisation running support groups for sufferers, led by sufferers.

Merchants Place, Church Street, Cromer, Norfolk NR27 9GW      

tel: 01263 517104        

email: info@norfolkocdsupport.org.uk  

web: norfolkocdsupport.org.uk 

access: self referral

 

Norfolk OCD Support

We are a voluntary organisation running support groups for sufferers, led by sufferers.

Mind Centre, 33A Lynn Road, Downham Market, Norfolk PE38 9NJ        

tel: 01263 517104        

email: info@norfolkocdsupport.org.uk  

web: norfolkocdsupport.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Norfolk OCD Support

We are a voluntary organisation running support groups for sufferers, led by sufferers.

Mind Centre, Saunders Yard, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE30 1PH      

tel: 01263 517104        

email: info@norfolkocdsupport.org.uk  

web: norfolkocdsupport.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Norwich and Norfolk OCD Support      

We are a voluntary organisation running support groups for sufferers, led by sufferers.

The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1 RQ           

tel: 01603 619246 (evenings only)         

email: info@norwichandnorfolkocdsupport.org.uk

web: norwichandnorfolkocdsupport.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Norwich - Mulbarton depression self help group

Meets the fourth Thursday of the month from 7.30pm.

Harvest House, The Common, Mulbarton, Norwich, Norfolk NR14 8JS

Contact Lynne for more information.

email: lambert86@btinternet.com

access: self referral

 

Overeaters Anonymous           

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

The Archway, 141 London Road South, Lowestoft, Norfolk NR33 0AX    

tel: 07957 911213                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

OCD Limits     

We provide support within a group environment for sufferers of OCD.

We speak to people on an individual basis and within groups so all can share their experiences and socialise with like minded people.

Friends Society of Quakers, 39 Fonnereau Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 3JH         

tel: 01473 212536        

email: ocdlimits@live.co.uk

web: ocdaction.org.uk/support-groups/eastern/ipswich

 

Peer Support Initiative

Services that help people recover from mental ill health and live more independently.

Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind, 50 Sale Road, Norwich NR7 9TP       

tel: 01603 432457        

email: headoffice@norwichmind.org.uk 

web: norwichmind.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Peer Support Network (PSN)   

PSN helps you feel better equipped for all your roles in work and life. It is a great way of maintaining good mental health.

Suffolk Mind, Hyntle Barn, Hill Farm, Silverhill, Hintlesham, Ipswich IP8 3NJ       

tel: 01473 652 847        

email: info@suffolkmind.org.uk

web: suffolkmind.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Sherringham anxiety and depression club

We meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month from 7-9pm.

Lighthouse, 62 Cromer Road, Sherringham, Norfolk NR26 8RT.

Contact Luke and Helen

tel: 07964 542602 or 07933 201656

access: self referral

 

Suffolk SOBS  

We are a self-help organisation to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend.

c/o 33 Turnstone Drive, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 7GT      

tel: 07531 087623          

email: ssobsburysteds@hotmail.co.uk

web: uk-sobs.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Suffolk Foundation Partnership Trust

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health, substance misuse and learning disability services across Norfolk and Suffolk.

The Trust believes in recovery and wellbeing.

Hellesden Hospital, Drayton, High Road, Norwich NR6

tel: 01603 421421

email: info@nwmhp.nhs.uk

web: nwmhft.nhs.uk

 

Suffolk Mind

Includes a number of peer support projects including:

 

Creative Edge. A creative journaling peer support group in Ipswich for adults in recovery. Offers a friendly and suppotive space for creative self-expressionism, to help build confidence and resilience and enhance wellbeing. Meets on Westgate Street, Ipswich. Contact Lesley and Beryl.

tel: 01394 672589 or 01394 384636

access: self referral and referral

 

ChitChat. A peer support group in Sudbury for people with mental health problems and disabilities. Contact Kirsty.

tel: 07702 177956

 

Arts and Crafts group. A group for people with mental health problems, carers, those being cared for, those feeling isolated or anyone who'd benefit from meeting and chatting while doing arts and crafts work. We each work on different projects from crochet, knitting, felting and rug making. Bring along something to work on or get ideas from the group. Meets on Mondays 1-3pm, please contact Teresa.

Oakes Barn, St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 3PH

email: teresaspidy58@gmail.com

 

Meditation and Mindfulness. Learn how to meditate in 6 simple sessions. Discover which form of meditation works best for you.  Meets on Mondays 2.00 p.m. in Bury St Edmunds (£2.50)  Contact Jane Dow. Everyone welcome.

50 Long Brackland, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1JH

tel: 07747 540594

email: jane@light-heart.co.uk

access: self referral and referral

 

Like Minds. A group that's been started for patients by patients. Provides a meeting place for people who are struggling with their mental health. A welcoming group atmosphere for developing friendships, and a secure environment for being with others.

50 Long Brackland, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1JH

email: likemindsbse.weebly.com

access: self referral and referral

 

Get up and Grow. Learn how to meditate in 6 simple sessions. Discover which form of meditation works best for you. Relax and release your self-healing potential. Meets on Mondays in Bury St Edmunds (donation £2.50) or on Wednesdays in Pakenham (£8 in advance, £10 on the day). Contact Sarah

50 Long Brackland, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1JH

tel: 0300 1116000

email: sarah.savine@suffolkmind.org.uk

web: suffolkmind.org.uk 

access: self referral and referral

 

Enigma. An emotion regulation peer support group in Stowmarket offering support with emotional distress and anxiety. The group offers coping skills and a better understanding of emotional regulation. Contact Linda and Dani.

tel: 07866 617062 or 07806881349

access: self referral and referral

 

Spring             

SPRING is run by people who are, or have been, affected by anxiety. We offer support to adults who have been affected by anxiety and/or panic disorders living in Suffolk.

The Orwell Centre, 114 Fore Hamlet, Ipswich IP3 8AF     

tel: 07583 227785          

email: spring_suffolk@yahoo.co.uk      

web: spring.onesuffolk.net

access: referral and self referral

 

Well-come-group

Well-come is a mental health support group for people in the Dereham area of Norfolk. This volunteer-led group aims to reduce isolation and provides a wide range of therapeutic activities to contribute to the support and recovery of mental health.

Wellspring Family Centre, 35 Neatherd Rd Dereham, Norfolk NR19 2AE

tel: 01362 854581

email: office@wfcdereham.org

web: well-come.co.uk

access: self referral and referral

 


Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire

Mind BLMK (Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes)     

Offering a range of services aimed at meeting individual needs and promoting mental health recovery, wellbeing and independence.         

Rufus Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, Bedfordshire MK45 1AH        

tel: 0300 3300648         

email: hq@mind-blmk.org.uk    

web: mind-blmk.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Bipolar UK

Self help groups in Cambridge, Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire

tel: 020 7931 6480

email: info@bipolaruk.org.uk

web: bipolaruk.org.uk

                

Caraline      

Monthly self help group, confidential counselling and support service for people living with eating disorders.

Kline House, 13 George Street West, Luton LU1 2BJ     

tel: 01582 457474        

email: caralineed@aol.com       

web: caraline.com

Access: referral and self referral

 

Hearing Voices Groups           

Hearing Voices Groups are based firmly on an ethos of self help, mutual respect and empathy. They provide a safe space for people to share their experiences and support one another.

Bedford Day Resource Centre, BedfordHealthVillage, Kimbolton Road, Bedford MK40 2N

tel: 01234 310044        

email: dayresourcecentre@blpt.nhs.uk  

web: hearing-voices.org

access: self referral

 

Impact Mental Health Peer Support CIC

A peer support programme that helps enable recovery from mental distress.

1 Brewers Hill Road, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, LU6 1AA 

tel: 01582 797596        

email: enquiries@impactmh.org.uk        

web: impactmh.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Lifecraft                       

Lifecraft is a self-help user-led organisation for adults who have experience of mental health difficulties in their lives.

The Bath House, Gwydir Street, Cambridge CB1 2LW     

tel: 01223 566957        

email: info@lifecraft.org.uk       

web: lifecraft.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Luton Citizens Advice Bureau 

Peer support project.    

24 - 26 King Street, Luton LU1 2DP       

tel: 08442 451285          

web: lutoncab.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

St George's Church Hall, Church Square, Toddington, Bedfordshire LU5 6BP

tel: 07712 595706                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

The Bath House, Mill Road, Cambridge CB1 2LW           

tel: 07826 736308                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

OCD Peer Support Group        

This is a peer support group for those who experience OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and their carers.

Mind in Cambridge, Barrere House, 100 Chesterton Road, Cambridge CB4 1ER  

tel: 01223 311320        

email: gemma.antcliffe@mindincambs.org.uk          

web: mindincambs.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Overeaters Anonymous  

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

Community Centre, The Maltings, Eaton Socon, Cambridge PE19 8ES   

tel: 07823 887413          

web: oagb.org.uk

 


Essex and Hertfordshire

 

Abbots Langley depression self help group

We meet every Friday morning, 10.30-11.30am.

email: abbotsgroup@aim.com

access: self referral

Fledgling Arts Collective Central

A community of art loving volunteers who encourage, give feedback and peer support on the art our members with mental health problems create and post to our Facebook collective.

tel: 07715 928326

email: jewelly@hotmail.com

web: fledglingartscollectivecentral.com

web: facebook.com/fledging.artscollective.central

 

Heart Reach

An innovative Barnet-based charity set up and run by creative people recovering from mental health problems. We make and sell beautiful, quirky and original products to our local community using the therapeutic gifts of arts and crafts to grow and develop.

tel: 07905 128545

email: heartreach@outlook.com

web: heartreach.org or facebook.com/heartreachcharity/?ref=hl

access: self referral and referral

 

Hearing Voices Groups

Hearing Voices Groups are based firmly on an ethos of self help, mutual respect and empathy. They provide a safe space for people to share their experiences and support one another.

Guidepost Trust, Henry Smith House, 3-5 Estcourt Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 2PT

tel: 01923 223554        

email: hsh@guideposttrust.org.uk         

web: hearing-voices.org

access: self referral

 

Hertfordshire Mind Network

We work across Hertfordshire, offering support to anyone in the county who is over the age of 16 and facing a mental health problem, or caring for those who are.

Our peer support work includes Meeting Places - drop-in groups costing £1 (to cover refreshments), which are informal, social environments where workshops sometimes take place (i.e. managing money). We also run a Peer Support Service, which includes free solution-focused 1-2-1 sessions focusing on personal goals to improve wellbeing (i.e. coping strategies, self care & engaging with the community).

The Wellbeing Centre, 501 St Albans Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD24 7RZ

tel: 02037 273600

email: Emily.Bright@HertsMindNetwork.org

web: HertsMindNetwork.org

access: referral and self referral

 

Miscarriage Support Group

Support volunteers, who have been through the experience of pregnancy loss themselves, who can offer real understanding and a listening ear.

Miscarriage Association, Windmill Children's Centre, Broadfield Road, Adeyfield, Hemel Hempstead HP2 4DW   

tel: 01442 264089                    

email: info@miscarriageassociation.org.uk

web: directory.hertsdirect.org/kb5/hertfordshire/directory/service.page?id=qjlwsfrv2fM

 

OCD Support Groups

Fortnightly support groups for those suffering from OCD and four weekly support groups for people living alongside an OCD sufferer.

Herts Mind Network, Wellbeing Centre, 12 New Road, Ware, Hertfordshire SG12 7BS

tel: 07769 639186          

email: Jenny@feellighter.co.uk  

web: feellighter.co.uk

access: referral and self-referral

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

St Andrews Church, Park Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 4PY         

tel: 01923 856 612                    

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

St Paul's Methodist Church, Turpin Rise, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG2 8QR

tel: 07766 712394                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

St Andrews Parish Church, 4 St Andrews Road, Romford, Essex RM7 9AT

tel: 07446 114519          

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Meetings are gatherings of two or more compulsive overeaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope OA has given them.

Allum Lane Community Centre, 2 Allum Lane, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 3PJ

tel: 07952 083891                      

web: oagb.org.uk

 

Peer Support Scheme

Support groups.

Herts Partnership Foundation Trust, 99  Waverley Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL3 5TL

tel: 01727 804700        

email: comments@hertspartsft.nhs.uk   

web: hpft.nhs.uk

access: referral and self referral

 

Redbridge Concern for MH

RUN-UP is a user led service for people experiencing mental health problems and their carers.

98-100 Ilford Lane, Ilford, Essex IG1 2LD

tel: 020 8925 2435

email: info@redbridgeconcern.org

web: rcmh.org.uk

 

Rethink Recovery Point

A time limited recovery and self management service that will focus on helping you improve your mental health through community resources that promote social inclusion through improved access to mainstream services.

Rethink, 1b Queens Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS1 1LT      

tel: 01702 330267        

email: recoverypoint@rethink.org

web: southendinfopoint.org/kb5/southendonsea


access: referral and self referral

 

St Albans depression self help group

Meets the third Friday of each month 7.30-9.30pm. Contact Peter for more information.

tel: 07941 450345

web: depressionalliance-stalbans.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

We are a self-help organisation to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend.

Watford, Hertfordshire              

tel: 01923 245920        

email: bob.humphrey.tcf@btinternet.com

web: uk-sobs.org.uk

access: self referral

 

Watford Women's Centre

We provides non-judgemental support and accurate information to empower women to make choices. We offer a range of services rooted in the realities and dreams of local women.           

29 Charter Place, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 2RU       

tel: 01923 816229         

email: general@watfordwomenscentre.org.uk    

web: wwcplus.org.uk

access: referral and self referral

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