Action for Young Carers, Nottingham City 

Action for Young Carers (AYC) is a free and confidential service funded by Nottingham City Council and the Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group. AYC offers support to young carers living within Nottingham City. As part of the Carers Federation organisation, AYC provides young carers with the chance to get together, have fun and access the help they need. Best of all, young carers at AYC are encouraged to say what they like and dislike, meaning the service provides them with exactly what they need

  • Action for Young Carers
  • 0115 9629351 or 0115 9629349
  • Christopher Cargill House, 21- 23 Pelham Road, Nottingham, NG5 1AP
  • Website URL
  • Email
Borderline Arts

Borderline Arts are an awareness raising charity, who run awareness workshops, showcase art/theatre piece & use other creative ways to raise awareness of BPD. Through their work they aim to raise awareness of BPD to the general public to help reduce stigma to improve attitudes to individuals with the condition, encourage social inclusion for sufferers, educate carers & professionals, thereby improving the quality of care and relationships for those with BPD, and strengthen and enrich the local community through the arts. Their Creative Educational Workshops are run in partnership with Derbyshire MInd, enabling participants to express their personal thoughts and feelings about BPD, learn more about the condition, learn ways to sensitively relate to someone with BPD. At the moment they only operate on Tuesday and Thursdays, as they are run by a small group of volunteers. They are also active on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

  • Borderline Arts
  • 07754 806814
  • 119 Osmaston Road, Derby, Derbyshire DE1 2GD
  • Website URL
  • Email

C2C Social Action

C2C Social Action is a Northamptonshire based Christian Charity that offers practical and pastoral support to offenders, helping them turn away from crime. The main aim of their work is to give their service users different choices to help them improve their lives; they also work with users' families to support the individual within their own community and to build better family relationships. This help is available to people regardless of whether they are interested in faith or not.

  • C2C Social Action
  • 01604 824 080 or 01246 417722
  • 9 Overstone Road,
    Northampton NN1 3JL 
  • Website URL
  • Email

Chesterfield Bipolar Group

Chesterfield Bipolar Group runs support groups in the evenings of the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month in a safe, non-judgemental environment. The groups are free to attend and are open to anyone whose lives affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers.

Please note that due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, support groups are on hold.

  • Alistair Garrett
  • 0333 323 3885
  • Saints Parish Centre (next to the Crooked Spire),
    5 St Mary's Gate
    Chesterfield S41 7TD
  • Website URL
  • Email
Chill and Chat Amber Valley

An independently funded group of volunteers who meet once a week on a Thursday to offer isolated and mentally and physically disabled people the chance to meet and do activities. including crafts, fitness, reading and social activities plus fun games and sticky bingo. They also offer advice and support services, day outings and special evening events in a safe and friendly environment They have also enabled people previously unable to use public transport to now be able to travel alone or with company to attend our group, and helped people moving on into volunteering work . There are currently over 35 people attending from Mencap, nursing homes, and local mental health agencies. They accept all referrals from the mental health team and local homes and groups into the group. No email address please use the group's enquiry form: Use enquiry form at

  • Miriam Slack
  • 01773 812395
  • The Community Hall Mansfield Road Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 7JJ
  • Website URL
  • Email

Connect 2 Employment

Connect 2 Employment are training and recruitment specialists that provide a number of services, including supporting people to update their skills through a range of funded online learning courses, working in partnership with employers in various sectors to bring people the latest job opportunities and assisting employers in assessing their requirements in order to help with recruitment and retention of staff.

  • Connect 2 Employment
  • 07415 010 913
  • Ransom Hall,
    Ransom Wood Business Park,
    Southwell Road West,
    Nottinghamshire NG21 0HJ
  • Website URL
  • Email

Derby Counselling Centre

Derby Counselling Centre is a local, self-funded, independent charity located close to Derby City Centre that provides affordable counselling that is accessible to all with a relatively short waiting time. Since the Centre was established in 1981, they have been in continuous operation, helping many people deal with a wide variety of emotional, relational and other problems.

At present they are closed to the public, however there is some space for phone or video counselling.

  • Derby Counselling Centre
  • 01332 366 863
  • 75 Osmaston Road,
    Derby DE1 2JH
  • Website URL
  • Email

Derwent Oak

Derwent Oak is a group of people living in Derwent and Chaddesden who gather together regularly and plan events to help our local community know that we are all loved.

  • Derwent Oak
  • 07883 470 158
  • 119 Francis Street,
    DE21 6DE
  • Website URL
  • Email
Disability Direct Derby

Disability Direct provide information and advice for disabled people in Derby, facilitating independent living opportunities and empowering disabled people to make personal decisions. They have set up a number of social enterprises which in Derby and across England, from the DD Payroll Service which supports over 4000 Direct Payments users, infrastructure and community support for community groups. They also provide a welfare rights service, a personal assistant register, and projects supporting young people with disabilities in Derby to take part in sports and activities, and skill sharing events. The group have added a 'contacted us' web form to their website. Using this form may be preferable to using the older email address.

  • Disability Direct Derby
  • 01332 299449
  • DD Enterprise Centre 20 Royal Scot Road Pride Park Derby Derbyshire DE24 8AJ
  • Website URL
  • Email
Disability Direct Nottingham 

Disability Direct prides itself in being able to make a difference to disabled people, older people and carers residing in Nottingham. They promote positive change in a non-political and non-campaigning way, empowering people to make their own choices and make positive decisions about independent living opportunities. Disability Direct was formed in response to a desperate need for a User Led Organisation (ULO) in Nottingham to provide a "one-stop shop" for information and advice. They now offer an information service, welfare advice and help with completing benefit forms, and volunteering opportunities. There is a contact form on the group's site: it might be preferable to use it, rather than the manager's email address.

  • Disability Direct Nottingham / Charlotte Throssel (Services Manager)
  • 0115 9583 948
  • Old Basford Community Centre Bramble Close Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG6 0QG
  • Website URL
  • Email

Disability Opportunities in Sport UK (DOSportUK)

Disability Opportunities in Sport UK (DOSportUK) is a community interest company which offers sporting and physical activity opportunities to people with a disability. The company is based in Glossop, but their community sessions are based all through Derbyshire and Greater Manchester. They currently run 8 community sessions each week, including Learning Disability Basketball, Wheelchair Basketball and Multisport, and look to work with many schools, colleges and other service providers in their areas of work.

  • Disability Opportunities in Sport UK (DOSportUK) CIC
  • 07786 144 414
  • DOSport UK,
    Glossop Gas Works,
    Arundel Street,
    SK13 8LT
  • Website URL
  • Email

Diversify Education

Diversify Education offers top quality cultural training courses and resources to the people within the Education and Community Sector across the UK by taking great care to simplify subjects and making difficult concepts or tasks much easier.

  • Diversify Education
  • 0330 133 0537
  • Sneinton Market,
    4 Gedling Street,
    Suite 74,
    Nottingham NG1 1DS
  • Website URL
  • Email

Fibromyalgia Friends Together Leicestershire

Fibromyalgia Friends Together is a friendly, caring and helpful group of like-minded people, those both suffering from Fibromyalgia and their carers. They meet every third Thursday of the month for an informal chat accompanied with refreshments followed by a more formal meeting with a structured agenda. Some months they also have guest speakers to talk about a wide range of different subjects.

In addition to their website, they also have a Facebook page which you can find here.

  • Fibromyalgia Friends Together Leicestershire
  • 0116 298 8007
  • Ulverscroft Manor,
    Priory Lane,
    Leicestershire LE67 9PH
  • Website URL
  • Email

First Steps ED

First Steps is an award-winning, quality assured eating disorder charity working across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire providing care and support for adults, children and young people. Set in 2004 as a way to provide non-judgemental support for peopel suffering with eating disorders living within the Derbyshire area, they provide coping strategies and recovery services which are directly commissioned by NHS partners and through grants from funders whose aims are to support individuals, families and communities.

  • First Steps ED
  • 01332 367 571
  • Woburn House,
    Vernon Gate
    Derby DE1 1UL
  • Website URL
  • Email
Healthwatch Derbyshire 

Healthwatch is an independent consumer champion created to gather and represent the views of the public. Healthwatch plays a role at both national and local level and will make sure that the views of the public and people who use services are taken into account. Local Healthwatch is all about local voices being able to influence the delivery and design of local services. Not just people who use them, but anyone who might need to in future.

  • Healthwatch Derbyshire
  • 01773 880786 or (Text): 07943 505255
  • (FREEPOST RTEE-RGYU-EUCK) Suite 14 Riverside Business Centre, Foundry Lane, Milford, Derbyshire, DE56 0RN
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Healthwatch Leicester 

Healthwatch Leicester is the consumer champion for health and social care services within the city. Its aim is to give the people and communities of Leicester a stronger voice to influence and challenge how health and social care are provided locally. Healthwatch Leicester works on behalf of the people of Leicester to make sure that their views on services such as a visit to a dentist, doctors, hospital, day care centre or care home are heard and acted on.

  • Healthwatch Leicester
  • Helpline: 0116 251 8313 or General Enquiries: 0116 251 0601
  • Clarence House, Humberstone Gate,
    Leicester LE1 3PJ
  • Website URL
  • Email
Healthwatch Lincolnshire 

Healthwatch Lincolnshire is the independent consumer champion created to gather and represent the view of the public. Healthwatch Lincolnshire represents the views of both health and social care for children and adults living in Lincolnshire. Healthwatch Lincolnshire plays a role at both local and national level and makes sure that the views of the public and the people who use the services are taken into account. Healthwatch Lincolnshire has a countywide network of local groups for you to get involved in. These groups are there to support your local community in having a say and influencing services. If you wish to get in touch with this local Healthwatch via Facebook, please visit, you can also connect on Twitter @HealthwatchLinc

  • Healthwatch Lincolnshire
  • 01205 820 892
  • Unit 12, 1-2 North End, Swineshead Lincs PE20 3LR
  • Website URL
  • Email
Healthwatch Northamptonshire

Healthwatch Northamptonshire works to help local people get the best out of their local health and social care services. Whether it's improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow. Local Healthwatch is all about local voices being able to influence the delivery and design of local services. Not just people who use them, but anyone who might need to in future.

  • Hannah Fairweather
  • 0300 002 0010
  • 3rd Floor Lakeside House Bedford Road Northampton NN4 7HD
  • Website URL
  • Email
Healthwatch Nottinghamshire

Healthwatch Nottinghamshire is an independent organisation that helps people get the best from their local health and social care services.

  • Healthwatch Nottinghamshire
  • 0115 963 5179
  • Unit 2 Byron Business Centre Duke Street Hucknall Nottingham NG15 7HP
  • Website URL
  • Email

Hogsthorpe Volunteer Group

Hogsthorpe Volunteers is a group that was set up at the start of the the COVID-19 pandemic to provide support for their community during the lockdown and into the future as a Good Neighbours Scheme. So far they have been taking actions such as running errands for residents in lockdown and raising spirits by organising events for young and old such as a 'Stay at Home VE Day Party' and even a 'thank you' virtual cocktail party.

Home-Start Derby

Home-Start Derby is the leading family support charity in Derby; they offer early intervention and support to vulnerable parents. They help parents gain the skills and confidence to ensure their children get the best possible in life and achieve their full potentiall. This is done by matching volunteers and families; volunteers support families by visiting them in their homes, through group support and by linking with other organisations that may be able to help. Home-Start Derby supports families in and around Derby and Amber Valley that have at least one child under five.

  • Home-Start Derby
  • 01332 742 619
  • Pear Tree Room,
    Marble Hall,
    80 Nightingale Road,
    Derby DE24 8BF
  • Website URL
  • Email

Home-Start High Peak

Home-Start High Peak has been supporting local families since 2004. Working through a group of carefully selected and trained parent volunteers, wide-ranging support is provided for families who are not coping as well as they would like to be. Families can be guided on a journey of change as they are helped to overcome such difficulties as parental stress, physical or mental illness, post-natal depression, disability, bereavement, abuse or social isolation. Volunteers regularly visit High Peak families at home, concentrating on emotional and practical support throughout difficult times and for as long as is needed. This friendly, parent to parent care is a simple yet effective way of enabling families to get back on track. The geographical area covered includes all of the communities within High Peak Borough Council in north-west Derbyshire.

  • Home-Start High Peak
  • 07957 136 858
  • Dunbar House,
    105 Buxton Road,
    Whaley Bridge,
    High Peak,
    Derbyshire SK23 7HX
  • Website URL
  • Email
ImROC (Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change)

ImROC rely on and embrace the expertise, experience and collective wisdom of everyone they work with, and encourage communities to develop as a result. Their job is about using their expert knowledge to inspire others to believe that change is possible; pursue their dreams, and most importantly to act: changing attitudes and behaviours.

  • Julie Repper
  • 0115 9691300 ext 12485
  • c/o Learning and Development Department Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Duncan Macmillan House Porchester Road Mapperley NG3 6AA
  • Website URL
  • Email
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust provides high quality integrated mental health, learning disability and community health services.

The Trust was created in 2002 to provide mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services. In April 2011 we merged with Leicester City and Leicestershire County and Rutland Community Health Services as a result of the national Transforming Community Services agenda. This has given us great opportunities to join up mental health and physical health care pathways to advance health and wellbeing for the people and communities of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

  • Haley Cocker,Experience and Involvement Manager
  • Bridge Park Plaza, Bridge Park Road, Thurmaston, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE4 8PQ
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Leicestershire Time to Change

Leicestershire Time to Change speak out against stigma and discrimination in relation to mental health service users and people with lived experience. They try to act as a self-help and mutual support group for our members, who may be mental health problem sufferers, their carers or others interested in helping us to achieve these aims. They are keen to engage with service providers to improve service, and to challenge new laws which appear unjust. They do NOT offer counselling or any therapeutic services. No street address given, except for the monthly meet up, 3rd Monday of each month, Exchange Bar opposite the Curve Theatre.

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides specialist health services for people with a learning disability, mental health, and drug or alcohol problem. The address on the right is for their head office, they also have separate contact details for the Single Point of Access Contact Centre, for those who wish to access mental health and learning disability services in Lincolnshire, which can be contacted on 0303 123 4000.

  • Linconshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • 01529 222200
  • Units 8 & 9, The Point, Lions Way, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 8GG
  • Website URL
  • Email

Little Miracles

Little Miracles is a charity that supports families that have children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions. They provide a place for these children to play, laugh and create friendships whilst the families are able to access the advice, support and care that they deserve. Their activities and Family Support Workers provide a lifeline to the families and their children with the varied support that they are able to offer. They support the whole family including parents, carers and the child with additional needs as well as the siblings. In addition, any family can receive support even before they receive the formal diagnosis.

  • Little Miracles
  • 1733 262 226
  • The Spinney,
    Hartwell Way,
    Peterborough Cambs PE3 7LE
  • Website URL
  • Email
Living with Psychiatric Medication 

Living with Psychiatric Medication hold free, informal, friendly meetings, open to all people who use psychiatric medication to gain knowledge, ask questions and get answers in a supportive relaxed atmosphere. A speaker is invited to some sessions to talk about their own perspective on psychiatric medication, and attendees also share their own experiences of using psychiatric drugs, work on group projects (such as a debate on psychiatric medication for children) and presentations, as well as sometimes going to conferences.

  • Living with Psychiatric Medication
  • 07410 410 935 / 07539755711
  • LWPM c/o 50 New Walk, Leicester LE1 6TF
  • Website URL
  • Email
Making Waves

Making Waves was founded in January 2003. It is a social firm that works in the areas described below. All its members have their own experience of mental distress. Currently we have a pool of 16 members involved in carrying out this work. We work with primary care and secondary care with local universities and the voluntary sector. Making Waves came into being to try and challenge the current understandings about people who have experienced mental distress.

  • Julie Gosling
  • 0115 950 5996
  • Wedgwood House, 70 Carlton Road, Nottingham NG3 2AP
  • Website URL
  • Email
Mental Health Action Group (MHAG)

The Mental Health Action Group (MHAG) is led by people who are current or ex-users of mental health services in Derby City, Amber Valley, Erewash Valley & South Derbyshire. The group are dedicated to improving the lives of people who have mental health. MHAG are independent of any other organisation. They work with groups and organisations to maintain and improve mental health services across Derbyshire. Sometimes this means campaigning and lobbying to get our message across, but we work in partnership across the board. They also work to end the stigma and discrimination around mental illness.

  • Tony Fisher
  • Derby
  • No website
  • Email

MINDSET is a charity based at Middle Street Resource Centre, Beeston in a building provided and cared for by Nottinghamshire County Council for the welfare of persons with mental health problems. MindSet seek to run a variety of social and activity groups for the benefit of socially excluded people, drawn on the skills, experience and knowledge of socially excluded people themselves. They aim to provide opportunities for people in Nottingham and the surrounding area and to improve their mental health through musical, creative and gardening activities. .

  • Mindset
  • 0115 925 2516
  • Middle Street Resource Centre, 74 Middle Street, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2AR
  • Website URL
  • Email
Mosaic: Shaping Disability Services

Mosaic: Shaping Disability Services provide a number of services such as a range of day options, Information and Advice Service, Supported Living, Care Agency, Self Directed Support Services in Leicester City, Leicestershire, Rutland, Wandsworth and Nottingham (City). In addition they provide Counselling, Social Groups and Meet and Eat (new service).

  • Geoffrey Hames
  • 0116 231 8720
  • 2 Oak Spinney Park Ratby Lane Leicester Forest East Leicester LE3 3AW
  • Website URL
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Navigo CIC

NAViGO provides a wide range of health and care services across North East Lincolnshire. Their focus is on delivery high quality care and they live by their mission to provide services that they would be happy for their own family to use.

  • Navigo
  • 01472 583 000
  • NAViGO House 3-7 Brighowgate Grimsby North Lincolnshire DN32 0QE
  • Website URL
  • Email
Network for Change

Based in Leicester, and operating across the county, Network for Change provides Supported Housing, Floating Support, Community Outreach and Resource Centre groups and activities. Their values and working practice focus on Recovery and person-centred approaches to enable wellbeing and potential.No email address only a contact us page on the group/s website

  • Gaby Briner
  • (0116) 247 0335
  • 15 Wellington Street Leicester LE1 6HH
  • Website URL
  • Email
Northamptonshire Centre for Independent Living

The Northamptonshire Centre for Independent LivingSupporting disabled people and their families across Northamptonshire. They provide support for disabled and older people across Northamptonshire and provides a range of services to help people to remain independent in their own communities. It is run by a user-led organisation. No email address please use the contact page on the group's website.

  • Northamptonshire Centre for Independent Living
  • 01604 588 501
  • Gladstone Resource Centre Gladstone Road Northampton NN5 7EJ
  • Website URL
  • Email
Nottinghamshire Depression Support Group

Informal group for people in or around Nottingham struggling with anxiety or depression to provide mutual support to each other. They meet every third Thursday of the month at the Self Help Offices (next to Pit & Pendulum) in Hockley, Nottingham. They have a Facebook page at They also have a group on, where people can receive support online if they are unable to attend in person. This group is a member of the national charity Depression UK.

  • None
  • None
  • C/o Ormiston House, 32-36 Pelham Street, Nottingham, NG1 2EG
  • Website URL
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One East Midlands 

One East Midlands was the regional network for the voluntary and community sector for the East Midlands. They ceased trading at the end of December 2015, but their website contains a useful social enterprise directory for the East Midlands (see the link to the right), and a source of information, tools and resources.

  • Claire Chapman
  • 0115 934 8471
  • 7 Mansfield Road Nottingham NG1 3FB
  • Website URL
  • Email

RECOVERY was set up in 2004 by survivors of mental health problems. They campaign against complusion - people being forced onto drugs - and instead find the best way to help each indivdual. They do this through: encouraging people to talk about their experiences with mental health, teaching centering therapy and creative therapy, blogging, learning and trying to remove the stigma. They also go to many different events and places to raise money for the charity, and go into the community and hospitals to act as advocates for and support people suffering from wellbeing issues.

  • RECOVERY Charity for Mental Health / Lizzie Maitland
  • 0116 262 3946
  • Floor 5 Suite 7, Humberstone House 81-83 Humberstone Gate Leicester LE1 1WB
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Renew Plus

Renew is a daily social group at [email protected] for people who have had difficulties with their mental health. It is run daily by peer volunteers and has been increasing in service for nine years to today’s daily opening arrangement. The majority of attendees have lived mental health experience and some have other physical and sensory issues. It is also available to carers, staff and general public on a membership basis.

  • Renew Plus
  • 07969 875 464 (Charles Cooke)
  • Mint Street,
    Lincoln LN1 1UD
  • Website URL
  • Email

Sawley Youth Club

Founded by Paul Maginnis, Lisa Blatherwick and John Sewell, Sawley Youth Club works with 11-15 year olds, playing sports and games, delivering befriending projects and qualifications, alongside arranging guest speakers.

Sunrise Wellbeing

Sunrise Wellbeing is a not-for-profit small business that provides an award-winning, holistic therapeutic service for children, young people and adults to meet their own individual needs. They have also created the Wellbeing Therapy Centre, which offers a hub of therapeutic support to people of all ages. They currently offer short and long-term psychotherapy sessions through a friendly, non-judgemental integrative approach, drawing from modalities such as person centred, attachment, cognitive behavioural therapy, compassion focused therapy and mindfulness. Sessions are either face-to-face, telephone or through video. They also provide workshops and training on a wide variety of mental health and emotional wellbeing topics supporting schools & colleges, businesses, practitioners and parents/carers.

Support for Survivors

Support for Survivors is a registered charity that has been helping adult survivors of childhood abuse, whether it be sexual, physical, psychological, incest abuse or rape, for more then five years. They have many people involved in programmes as participants and deliverers of expert guidance, most of whom are survivors themselves. They are based on self-help principles and their services are peer-led and constantly monitored by their own and external quality assurance processes. They provide personal development workshops, one-to-one support, guidance, advocacy and signposting to other services. 

  • Support for Survivors CIO
  • 0115 962 2722
  • Sherwood Community Centre,
    Woodthorpe House,
    Mansfield Road,
    Nottingham NG5 3FN
  • Website URL
  • Email
The Adhar Project

The Adhar Project empowers people to take control of, and manage their own mental health difficulties. They achieve this by using a holistic approach and delivering services in a culturally relevant and personalised way. They work primarily with the BAME community in Leicester and the surrounding area. No email address please use the group's website.

  • Vijaya Groubla
  • 79 St Peters Road Leicester LE2 1DH
  • 0116 220 0070 / 0116 220 0074
  • Website URL
  • Email

The Helpful Bureau

The Helpful Bureau's main aim is to help over 55s and disabled people remain living safely and independently in their home. They do this by providing practical services, such as gardening, decorating and home support, a voluntary transport scheme to take people to medical appointments, shopping etc., a resource centre which offers therapeutic care, information and advice, and by arranging activities to socialise and stay active.

  • The Helpful Bureau
  • 0115 949 1175
  • Carnegie Civic & Community Centre,
    Warren Avenue,
    Nottingham NG9 8EY
  • Website URL
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The Leicester Counselling Centre

The Leicester Counselling Centre is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 1981 and its ethos is to provide an affordable, long-term, confidential counselling service for individuals aged 18 and over. They offer long-term counselling of up to two years should you need it. Some people take the full two years, while others find they only need a few weeks, or months. The length of time you stay in counselling is entirely up to you and will be regularly reviewed with your counsellor. Long-term counselling gives you the opportunity to work through your problems at your own pace and gives you the chance to build up a trusting relationship with your counsellor. This will enable you to talk in a safe and confidential environment in a way you can’t always talk to other people.

  • The Leicester Counselling Centre
  • 0116 255 8801
  • No 1 Lodge Victoria Park London Road Leicester LE1 7RY
  • Website URL
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The Race Equality centre (TREC)

The Race Equality Centre in Leicester and Leicestershire (TREC) - is a voluntary organisation that was established under the name of the Leicester Racial Equality Council in 1991. They exist to challenge discrimination as defined by the Equality Act 2010 and further strengthened by the Human Rights Act 1998. No email address please use the group's website's contact page.

  • Iris Lightfoote
  • 0116 204 2790
  • 2nd Floor Phoenix Yard 5-9 Upper Brown Street Leicester LE1 5TE
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Time to Change Northamptonshire

Time to Change Northamptonshire is a social movement that aims to reduce mental health stigma and discrimination across Northamptonshire. They do this through actively campaigning and organising various anti-stigma events across the county. Their lived experience Champions are at the heart of their campaign and strive to make a difference in their local community. Some of the focus areas include men, BAME communities, using links with the university to tackle stigma and discrimination amongst students, workplace discrimination and discrimination in service design.

  • Time to Change Northamptonshire
  • 01536 523 216 (Steph Orr)
  • 49-51 Russell Street,
    NN16 0EN
  • Website URL
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Vanclaron CIC

Vanclaron CIC is a social enterprise that aims to empower individuals and communities to make positive choices about their lifestyles to improve mental and physical health as well as self-esteem. They also aim to shape the design, development and provision of health and wellbeing services to be inclusive in a way that will enable every community to have the capacity and confidence to choose positive health and wellbeing.

  • Vanclaron CIC
  • 07894 740 138
  • Unit 44,
    Lenton Business Centre,
    Lenton Boulevard,
    Nottingham NG7 2BY
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