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Last updated:
19/10/2018

Support Groups

  1. Overview
  2. Where can I get support for my mental health?
  3. Social Care
  4. What social care services are available?
  5. Support Groups
  6. Next steps

Going to a support group for mental health problems

Here are a number of Mental Health Charities who will be able to offer further help and advice with regard to support groups and online forums in your area. Your GP should also be able to point in the direction of local support groups.

Your GP should also be able to point in the direction of local support groups.

Chasing the Stigma - The Hub of Hope

The Hub of Hope is a mental health database bringing local and national mental health services together in one place for the first time. It can be downloaded as an App or used online.

Or you can ask your GP or your local psychological therapies team about depression support groups in your area.

Time To Change is a social movement changing how people think and act about mental health.

We're Mind, the mental health charity. We're here to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone.

SANE is a leading UK mental health charity improving quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness - including family friends and carers.

Key elements of Peer Support in mental health

Mental Health Support is a project managed by New Horizons Mental Health Charity.

Mental health helplines with a network of self-help groups, information & support.

Join a Depression Group.

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