National Paranoia Network

The Paranoia Network was originally launched in 2004. It is run by Peter Bullimore, Kate Crawford and Shaun Hunt, the organisation aims to raise awareness of how disabling paranoia can be and to break down social taboos. The Network runs training sessions globally for professional bodies and all interested parties on how to understand a […]

Posted on: 31st July 2022

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Run Talk Run

Run Talk Run says it exists to make both running and mental health support less intimidating, and more accessible Run Talk Run is a weekly 5km gentle jog. Before every run there is a window of time to meet the other runners and say hello to the run leader. It’s alright if you’re a little anxious and quiet […]

Posted on: 5th June 2020

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Sporting Recovery

Sporting Recovery say that their innovative community-based exercise program is focused on people who are ‘marginal, high risk and hard to reach’ who often have concerning co-morbidity problems e.g. illicit drug and substance misuse, a diagnosis of mental health and/or offending behaviour. These adults have difficulties accessing, trusting and re-engaging with traditional services. They run […]

Posted on: 5th June 2020

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Archbishops Park Gardening Club

A friendly gardening group in Archbishop’s Park (near Lambeth Palace) has been improving the physical and mental health of Lambeth and Southwark residents since 2010.   Members meet on a Friday and work with the gardeners to help maintain the park as a natural haven for the people of London. There are some beautifully planted […]

Posted on: 17th October 2019

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Lambeth Larder – Community Food Resource

Lambeth Larder is a social enterprise. They connect people, especially those in financial crisis, to emergency food and other support by producing free resources. Get in touch if you have the information you would like to be listed, or if you want to receive resources. Lambeth Larder works with organisations like Brixton Advice Centre, with […]

Posted on: 11th September 2019

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Psychiatric Patients Speak Out

This is a website based service which aims to be a clear, user friendly, non-complicated resource to find out what is going wrong with the lives of people detained, released and connected to psychiatry.  Various people’s stories are often given saying there is patient damage or loss, and also possible issues of psychiatry being unaccountable […]

Posted on: 22nd May 2019

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SLaM Recovery College

The Recovery College of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) is supported by the Maudsley Charity. ​ To find out which courses are on, and when and where they are being run, read through the new timetable here. Brief descriptions of what you can expect from each of this term’s courses can […]

Posted on: 13th March 2019

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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.

Posted on: 5th December 2018

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SLAM Hayworth Ward (Ladywell Unit, Lewisham Hospital)

Hayworth Ward is in the Ladywell Unit at University Hospital Lewisham. We provide inpatient assessment, treatment and care for people aged over 65 with acute mental illness or under 65 for people who have dementia. We care for older adults who are admitted to hospital in a crisis. We support them back into the community.

Posted on: 6th February 2018

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Older Adults – Service User & Carer Advisory Group (SUCAG)

This is an ‘umbrella’ group which enables service users, relatives and carers (past and present) to discuss views and feedback to inform the development and delivery of our Older Adult Services. New members of the group receive the SUCAG Guide, which describes how they work. Training is available to members and the group is tasked with […]

Posted on: 15th November 2017

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