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Waterloo Depression Self Help Group

This is a self-help group for people who experience depression and people can self-refer themselves.  The group meets on the first Saturday of every month from 2pm to 5pm in a community centre very close to Waterloo station. You can email for more details. On the website link scroll down to Greater London South.

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Posted on: 5th December 2018

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Woman's Trust – recovery from domestic abuse

Woman’s Trust is a London based charity which helps women who have experienced domestic violence. Woman’s Trust was formed female domestic violence survivors and counsellors to provide local specialist mental health support for women affected by domestic violence/abuse in London. They understand that domestic abuse damages women’s mental health and makes them vulnerable to substance misuse, post-traumatic […]

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Posted on: 28th February 2018

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London Irish LGBT Network

The London Irish LGBT Network provides a safe, inclusive, knowledgeable and social space for all Irish LGBT people in London. The Network offers an opportunity to meet like-minded people. In short, they are a unique organisation in London, celebrating, representing and campaigning on behalf of Irish LGBT culture and linking them to the wider Irish […]

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Posted on: 17th August 2016

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Freedom from Torture

Freedom from Torture, formerly the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, has been working for more than 30 years to provide direct clinical services to survivors of torture who arrive in the UK, as well as striving to protect and promote their rights. Since its inception, over 50,000 individuals have been referred […]

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Posted on: 14th December 2015

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METRO Youth Services

METRO is a leading equality & diversity charity, providing health, community & youth services across London & the South East & national & international projects. METRO promotes health, wellbeing, equality & participation through youth services, mental health & wellbeing services, sexual & reproductive health & HIV services and community participation & involvement. METRO Youth provides […]

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Posted on: 14th October 2015

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H.U.S.H. – Self-Harm Support Group

H.U.S.H. (The Hidden Universe of Self-Harm) was launched in 2001 and is a fully user-led self-harm support group based in East London.  It is for anybody over the age of 16, male or female, who self harms. H.U.S.H is held every Thursday,  4.00pm – 6.30pm, and members also go on outings. Members of the support group […]

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Posted on: 3rd April 2014

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National Survivor User Network (NSUN)

The National Survivor User Network (NSUN) is a network of people who have and do experience mental distress who want to change things for the better. NSUN connects people and influences policy, practice and perceptions by amplifying the experiences and aspirations of our members. The network was set up  to build a more united and […]

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Posted on: 2nd February 2012

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Seroxat & SSRI User Group

The Seroxat User Group was set up by UK patients using the medication, to provide support and advice to users and to their families and friends. It provides a website with online support and advice about Seroxat anti-depressant medication and other SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors).  This website contains information about the aims of the group, […]

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Posted on: 1st February 2012

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Deptford Hearing Voices Service

The Deptford Hearing Voices Service primarily is for people who hear voices, their carers and for voluntary and professional workers. The Hearing Voices Website is an independent website which has no formal relationship to any NHS Trusts, local government or other organisations. The Deptford Hearing Voices Service provides a service that enables the ‘voice hearer’ to […]

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Posted on: 26th January 2012

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Gemma

National self-help friendship network of lesbians and bisexual women, disabled and non-disabled, of all ages. Taping circle and email group. Quarterly newsletter available in large print and in Braille and on cassette, as well as standard print. there is a phone contact for group members only. It’s aim is to lessen isolation of disabled lesbians […]

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Posted on: 26th January 2012

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