ADHD Norfolk

ADHD Norfolk is a charity that supports those affected by ADHD/ADD. They work with individuals, families, schools and other organisations to improve the lives of those with ADHD. They work to promote emotional wellbeing, educational attainment, behaviour and life prospects. Services include adult coaching, ADHD-specific parents programmes, bespoke ADHD staff training and their popular ADHD in education level 3 qualification.

  • ADHD Norfolk
  • 01263 734 808
  • Wellbeing Clinic,
    35A Prince of Wales Road,
    Norwich,
    Norfolk NR1 1BG
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Artheads

Artheads is a 'not-for-profit' voluntary organisation based in Bury St Edmunds which is committed to helping anyone with drug, alcohol and mental health issues through creativity and imagination. They achieve this by providing a safe, alcohol and drug-free place in which everyone can take part in all kinds of creative art and music activities.Their activities aim to engage the whole community in order to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions around addiction problems. They do this regardless of ability to pay.

  • Artheads
  • 01284 760 760
  • The Leisure Centre Beestons Way Bury St Edmunds Suffolk IP33 3TT
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Athena Education Support CIC

Athena Education Support CIC provides vulnerable children, young people, adults and families affected by social, emotional and mental health difficulties with safe, valuable and trusting therapeutic and wellbeing support so as to improve their life chances and overcome social isolation. They also seeks to prepare their beneficiaries for healthy relationship functioning, social cohesion and successful adult life, including the world of work. They delivers holistic and therapeutic support designed to nurture, inspire and develop the mind, body and spirit through meaningful connections and experiences

  • Athena Education Support CIC
  • 01842 777 424
  • The Charles Burrell Centre,
    Staniforth Road,
    Thetford IP24 3LH
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Basildon and South Essex Disability Equality Forum

The Website For The Basildon Disability Equality Forum, will inform you of Events, Campaigns and Other information

  • Mark Dale
  • 07999 484 284 / 01268 294 791
  • C/O Inclusion and Diversity Department Basildon Borough Council The Basildon Centre St. Martins Square, Basildon Essex SS14 1DL
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Bedford Service User Umbrella Group

A forum for people with experience of mental ill health to campaign, advise and get involved.

  • Wendy Griffiths
  • 07851696306
  • DRC Bedford Health Village Kimbolton Road, Bedford MK40 2NT
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Cambridge Bipolar Support Group

Cambridge Bipolar Support Group is a local support group under the umbrella of Bipolar UK. They aim to support people affected by bipolar disorder, including people with the diagnosis and their family and friends. The group is service user and carer-led, and hold monthly support group meetings as well as quarterly discussions around specific issues identified by members.

  • Cambridge Bipolar Support Group
  • 0845 434 9780 / 0333 323 3885
  • c/o Threeways, 14 Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5BS
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Crescente

Crescente is a new non-profit community group run by volunteers. They aim to promote social inclusion, mental wellbeing and mutual support amongst their young members through a series of activities primarily based at the community allotment in Hampton

Dandelions GY

Dandelions is a mindfulness group accessible to women and those who identify as. The aim is to support and amplify their wellbeing, boost confidence and allow the freedom to bloom and float to their full potential through a creative and thought-provoking free 8 week course of sessions in Great Yarmouth and the surrounding areas.

Please note that due to COVID-19, all of their courses have been delayed until it is 100% safe to continue. You can find updates and communication at their Facebook page here, however.

Enigma Peer Support

Enigma is a mental health peer supoprt group set up in 2014 in East Anglia which supports and encourages individuals with enduring mental health problems. They work from a self-help book which uses dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) – teaching important skills to help reduce overwhelming emotions and to help keep emotions balanced when they happen.

  • Enigma Peer Support
  • 07866 617 062 (Linda Attwood)
  • Red Gables,
    Stowmarket IP14 1BE
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Equal Lives

Equal Lives (previously Norfolk Coalition of Disabled People) is a user led organisation which supports people who face disabling barriers to live independently. It is made up of user-led groups in Norfolk as well as individual members. As well as providing support, information and advice, they are involved in campaigning around issues that affect disabled people and influencing policy changes.

  • Equal Lives
  • 01508 491210
  • 15 Manor Farm Barns, Fox Road, Framingham Pigot, Norwich, Norfolk, NR14 7PZ
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Essex Coalition of Disabled People

The Essex Coalition of Disabled People is a Disabled People’s User Led Organisation (DUPLO) who represents and supports disabled people through a range of programmes and services. They use the lived experience of their members to influence positive change, and run a range of programmes such as focus groups and support groups to allow members to share their experiences.

  • ECDP
  • 01245 392300
  • Ivan Peck House, 1 Russell Way, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 3AA
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Excel 2000

Excel 2000 is a registered charity which helps people regain and retain their mobility and well being. Recently in receipt of grants from BBC Children in Need with project entitled 'Sparkle' and Big Lottery funding the project 'Life Balance' in North Norfolk at Splash Leisure Centre (Places for People). Movement to music and fitness classes are held at St.Margaret's Church Hall Old Catton, West Runton Methodist Church, Morley Club, Sheringham, first session free and £4.00 per session thereafter, and water based classes for the over 50's are held at Splash, Sheringham. Talks and Workshops available by arrangement. Tutors also available in: Dersingham, East Harling, Felbrigg, Hardwick, Bedfordshire, Huddersfield. Training Courses for Carers, also available by arrangement. Please telephone or email for further details.

Feedback

Feedback is a service user led forum for the Great Yarmouth and Waveney area. They offer support and an opportunity for local service users to voice their needs, views and experiences on mental health services.

  • Tod Sullivan
  • 03300 011 239 / 07519 396 134
  • Kirkley Centre London Road South Lowestoft Suffolk NR33 0AZ
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Fresh Start Future Enterprises

FSFE works with ex-offenders to provide continued support to help them lead a life they really want to lead; one free from re-offending. They aim to support individuals upon release into sustainable employment, education & training and housing in order to improve their lives and the lives of those around them.

  • Fresh Start Future Enterprises
  • 01603 273 634 or 07384 619 276
  • Office 20 & 21,
    60-62 Pitt Street,
    Norwich NR3 1DF
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HABS

HABS (Hoddesdon and Broxbourne Settings) is a team of highly trained Family Support Workers supporting the local community and working on projects to help improve the lives of families living within Hoddesdon, Broxbourne, Turnford and Wormley. The available support on offer is open to all families whose children attend the partnership schools and range from parenting classes, holiday activity sessions and family support covering a wide range of issues including emotional wellbeing, debt, bereavement and other complex issues.

  • HABS
  • 01992 303 331 (Option 5)
  • HABS Family Support Team,
    C/o Workley C of E Primary School,
    Cozens Lane East,
    Broxbourne,
    Herts EN10 6QA
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Heads2minds

Created by Liz and her sister Kate, Heads2minds aims to raise awareness about mental health and wellbeing. Liz has bipolar disorder and speaks publicly to tell her story and is also a qualified Mental Health First Aid Instructor, and Kate mentors young adults. Together they tell the story of how Liz's condition has affected family, relationships, work and other aspects of their lives through talks with schools, colleges, universities, employment forums, the police and other various groups. They also offer mental health and wellbeing training, mentoring for children and adults and alternative support and therapies.

Healthwatch Bedford Borough

Healthwatch Bedford Borough gives people a powerful voice locally and nationally. At a local level they work 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. Healthwatch Bedford Borough 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 Bedford Borough
  • 01234 718 018
  • 21- 23 Gadsbury Street Bedford Bedfordshire MK40 3HP
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Healthwatch Cambridgeshire

Healthwatch Cambridgeshire is an independent consumer champion of local users of health and social care services which works to help service users have a voice. They find out about service users’ experiences and share that information with organisations to help improve care where it is needed. Healthwatch Cambridgeshire is part of a national network through Healthwatch England, and have direct links with regulatory bodies such as the Care Quality Commission and Monitor.

  • Healthwatch Cambridgeshire
  • 01480 420628
  • Freepost RTHA-RTYE-SATT, Healthwatch Cambridgeshire, 6 Oak Drive, Huntingdon, PE29 7HN
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Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire

Healthwatch was created by the Health and Social Care Act, 2012. They are part of a network of local Healthwatch which helps to ensure that the views and feedback from patients and carers are an integral part of the design and delivery of local services. Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire is the local consumer champion promoting choice and influencing the provision of high quality health, social care and wellbeing services for all across Central Bedfordshire.

  • Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire
  • 0300 303 8554
  • Capability House Wrest Park Silsoe Bedford Bedfordshire MK45 4HR
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Healthwatch Hertfordshire

Healthwatch is the independent consumer champion for health, public health and social care in Hertfordshire. They work with voluntary and community sector organisations to ensure the voices of service users and communities are heard and represented. They also work with commissioners (the people who order services) and those delivering health and social care to improve services. They do this through focusing on important issues using evidence to determine our priorities.

  • Healthwatch Hertfordshire
  • 01707 275978
  • Douglas Tilbe House, Hall Grove, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 4PH
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Healthwatch Luton

Healthwatch Luton is an independent local consumer champion bringing together people’s views and experiences to improve health and social care. They provide effective information, advice and signposting for people to support their choices about health and social care services.

  • Healthwatch Luton
  • 01582 817 060
  • 102 Hitchin Road Luton Bedfordshire LU2 0ES
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Healthwatch Norfolk

Healthwatch Norfolk is the consumer champion for health and social care in the county. They are an independent organisation but they also have statutory powers. The people who make decisions about health and social care in Norfolk have to listen to you through us. Healthwatch Norfolk aims to help individuals get the best out of their health and social care services and want to encourage the public to help make a difference to their local services.

  • Healthwatch Norfolk
  • 0808 168 9669
  • Suite 6 Elm Farm, Norwich Common, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR19 0SW
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Healthwatch Peterborough

Healthwatch Peterborough are there to make sure local people’s views are listened to and their experiences are used to influence decisions. To ensure the experiences and needs of the public drive change in how services are developed, commissioned and delivered locally. Through their staff and volunteers and their independent research, they find out what matters most about health and social care in Peterborough.

  • Healthwatch Peterborough
  • 03451 202 064
  • 16-17 St Marks Street Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE1 2TU
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Healthwatch Suffolk

Healthwatch Suffolk is an independent consumer champion of local users of health and social care services in Suffolk. Healthwatch Suffolk is an independent organisation but has statutory powers, meaning that it can work with Suffolk service users at a local level, but has the authority to hold care providers and commissioners to account, as part of the Healthwatch England national network. Healthwatch Suffolk works to champion the voice of service users to influence and improve the development and delivery of local services.

  • Healthwatch Suffolk
  • 01449 703949
  • 14 Hill View Business Park Claydon Suffolk IP6 0AJ
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Impact Peer Support

Impact Peer Support is a peer-led social enterprise providing mental health peer support services and training, specialising in occupational and social mental health peer support to advance societies’ health and mental well-being. The profits from delivering our occupational programmes help us to provide free community based programmes to individuals experiencing long-term mental ill-health. These programmes can have a life changing effect on communities by significantly improving health and well-being, enhancing local social networks, growing peer support, sharing skills and increasing opportunities for individuals to establish peer-supported routes into volunteering, education and employment.

  • Impact Peer Support
  • 01582 797 596
  • The Incuba, 1 Brewers Hill Road, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, LU6 1AA
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Key Link Counsellors

Key Link Counsellors is a voluntary counselling services for frontline staff and key workers during the Coronavirus outbreak. Having recognised the immense burden that COVID-19 has placed on people finding themselves as frontline or key workers during this time, UKCP registered psychoanalyst Sonia Richards decided to bring together a group of qualified counsellors who provide counselling skills pro bono to any of these people to help them through any issues they may now face.

  • Key Link Counsellors
  • Alde Cottage
    Bruisyard,
    Saxmundham,
    Suffolk IP17 2DT
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Knebworth Covid Response Team

This group has been set up in order to meet the needs of the Knebworth local community in response to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Their main services are provided to 2500 households and include a telephone advice line and online team available 8am - 8pm, 7 days a week, for support & assistance. This links to their voluntary network to provide organised collection of shopping/medicines, counsellor/friends/neighbour support and essential escorted trips to hospital/doctor's.

Lifecraft

Lifecraft is a user-led self-help organisation for adults who have experience of mental health difficulties in their lives. They offer a range of activities such as art, singing and meditation, as well as a women’s group, IT facilities, an evening social club, a counselling service and a telephone helpline. They are also involved in campaigning projects.

  • Lifecraft
  • 01223 566957
  • The Bath House, Gwydir Street, Cambridge, CB1 2LW
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Maternal OCD

Maternal OCD is a voluntary organisation dedicated to raising the profile of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) for mothers. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a debilitating anxiety disorder which strips women of their fundamental right to enjoy motherhood. Maternal OCD is co-founded by two mothers, Maria Bavetta and Diana Wilson, who have experienced and recovered from extreme OCD. They aim to raise awareness among mothers, raise the profile of maternal OCD amongst health professionals and increase the availability of accessible resources.

  • Gianna Culora
  • 07855 303709
  • 276 Goffs Lane, Goffs Oak, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, EN7 5QE
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NR2 Corona Co-ordination Mutual Aid

The NR2 Mutual Aid WhatsApp group aims to ensure everyone in the local community has the contact details of a neighbour who can help with picking up shopping, collecting prescriptions and other small tasks, or to put them in touch with someone who can help. Their goal is to keep people in touch with the neighbourhood so that support offers/requests can be shared and acted upon as necessary, and to keep everyone in good spirits.

  • NR2 Corona Co-ordination Mutual Aid
  • 07375 965 908
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Peterborough Asylum and Refugee Community Association (PARCA)

PARCA's mission is to develop and run a one-stop community centre where refugees, asylum seekers, disadvantaged and migrant communities get all the support and services they need to build a life of quality and contribute to a cohesive community in Greater Peterborough that values diversity. They do this by encouraging them, as well, as members of any other local community, to participate in regular practical, leisure and recreational activities. They also organise and run enjoyable social events where everybody is welcome and respected.

  • Peterborough Asylum and Refugee Community Association (PARCA)
  • 01733 563 420
  • Unity Hall,
    Northfield Road,
    Peterborough PE1 3QH
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PoestIN

PoetsIN is an award-winning charity with one simple goal – to help those in need heal, learn and grow with the power of words through a UK-wide programme of online and in-person creative writing workshops, mentorship programmes and listening programmes. They offer support for mental illness and promote the rehabilitation of people with mental illness and disabilities using creativity, mentorship and written expression as an outlet for both children and adults.

  • PoetsIN
  • 07780 112 818
  • The Eco Innovation Centre,
    Peterscourt,
    City Road,
    Peterborough PE1 1SA
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Safely Held Talking, Learning, Healing

Safely Held Talking, Learning, Healing is a series of workshops for people involved in issues around mental health, including survivors/service users, those who support them, providers, students, educators and researchers. Penny Morris and Delia Muir are investigating how different performance methods for encouraging open and clear communication can produce empowerment in mental health by ensuring unheard voices in healing are listened to and acknowledged.

South East & Central Essex Mind

South East and Central Essex Mind are a local group affiliated to National Mind which provide services such as counselling, peer support and a signposting service, mental health training. They are committed to working with those who use local mental health services, to ensure they have a voice in how the services offered adapt and evolve to continue to meet their needs. Their main office is in Southend-on-Sea (details shown on the right) but also have a central Chelmsford office, open Monday to Thursday (tel. 01245 345083) at Sadlers House, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1AH.

  • South East & Central Essex Mind
  • 01702 601123
  • 112a Southchurch Road, Southend-on-Sea, SS1 2LX
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Stop-Start

Stop-Start are a free support group for female survivors of childhood sexual abuse in King’s Lynn, Norfolk. They meet the 1st Tuesday of every month. We have all been affected in some way by sexual abuse, either directly or non-directly as for some of us it was our children who were the victims. The group is strictly confidential and non judgemental. Their aim is to listen and talk through problems, meet other women who have been through similar experiences and really understand, support each other and make new friends.

  • Susan Bruce
  • 07788 196 138
  • PO Box 1138 King's Lynn Norfolk PE30 4WX
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Suffolk Mind

Suffolk Mind offer a range of services designed to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of people across the region.They believe that just as we strive for physical good health, we also need to have good mental health, whatever point we start from. Therefore they offer various different services to support people, all of which are designed to build emotional resilience.

  • Carole Thain
  • 0300 111 6000
  • Quay Place (St Mary at the Quay) Key Street Ipswich Suffolk IP4 1PZ
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Suffolk Parent Carer Network

Suffolk Parent Carer Network is a voluntary organisation of parents and carers of children and young people with additional needs and/or disabilities in Suffolk who aim to be a voice to inform service providers of the needs of disabled children, young people and their families. They facilitate two-way communication between parents & carers and services and work to provide feedback on services, offer constructive challenging of current services and have input into decision making and planning for future service provision.

  • Suffolk Parent Carer Network
  • 01473 345 375 or 07341 126 455 (James Nunn)
  • Virtual Office - Brightspace,
    160 Hadleigh Road,
    Ipswich,
    Suffolk IP2 0HH
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Suffolk User Forum SUF

Suffolk User Forum work to support people with mental health needs, to ensure that they have every opportunity to express their experiences of access to and the services available and can receive information that enables them to have greater choice, control and independence in their lives. Their work supports the process of co-production through reporting the experiences of service users to service providers and commissioners, to work together to improve the design and delivery of mental health services.

  • Suffolk User Forum
  • 01473 907 087
  • The New Hollies, Unit 3a, Grange Business Centre, Tommy Flowers Drive, Kesgrave, Ipswich, IP5 2BY
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Surviving Together

Surviving Together is a self-help group for adult female survivors of childhood sexual abuse. They hold four informal meetings a month in a safe and confidential environment. As well as providing survivors with support and the opportunity to talk about their experiences, they have contacts and resources with other therapists and support services.

  • Annie Blunside
  • 07796296922 or 07425849491
  • Sue Lambert Trust, 6 Music House Lane, Norwich NR1 1QL
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Survivors Voices

Survivors Voices is a small, national peer-led organisation run by and for adult survivors of abuse and inter-personal trauma* and those who support them. The power of turning our traumatic experiences into something that creates good in the world is central to our existence. We seek individuals, organisations and professional training bodies who will work collaboratively with us, hear us, learn from our expertise and stand alongside us as we seek to transform society’s response to abuse and trauma. If you share our vision, please get in touch.

The Befriending Scheme

The Befriending Scheme provides friendship and learning opportunities for adults (16yrs+) from vulnerable groups, including those with mental health needs and older people, as well as their existing members with learning disabilities. They also offer various volunteering opportunities with extra support for those who need it. Founded as a registered charity in 1989 as West Suffolk Befriending Scheme, their core activitiesinclude running regular drop-in centres, now known as Hubs, building meaningful 1-to-1 friendships between vulnerable people and volunteer befrienders, evening Befrienders Clubs and Saturday morning groups. They also run one-off themed activity days, workshops and social events as well as providing volunteer training and support for carers across the county.

  • The Befriending Scheme
  • 01787 371 333
  • 1 The Croft (Above Northcroft Social Club) Sudbury Suffolk CO10 1HN
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The Gates

The Gates is a not-for-profit horticultural venture that offers local citizens, including people with a learning disability, an opportunity to develop new skills within the local community. It is situated in a tranquil setting at the rear of Brentwood Borough Council’s London Road cemetery and includes beds, greenhouses and a sensory woodland walk.

The aim is to promote independence, choice and inclusion in a safe and supportive environment, involving participants, staff and volunteers in a wide range of activities including horticulture, safe garden management, art and craft workshops, bee keeping and sale of produce in local outlets.

  • Mary Yiannoullou
  • 07887 742622
  • The Gates, London Road Cemetery, Brentwood, Essex CM14 4QP
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The Gifted Organisation Limited

The Gifted has been supporting young people since 2013 to unlock their potential, build confidence and skills and raise their aspirations and self-belief using interactive workshops, technology and podcasting. They work with children, young people and families, particularly those who are disadvantaged/vulnerable, to educate and empower them, improve their resilience, confidence, sense of purpose, skills and employability. They deliver their exciting and unique range of programmes in schools, colleges, alternative education settings, community settings and anywhere else that needs them.

  • The Gifted Organisation Limited
  • 01992 623 888 or 07943 544 543
  • Room 7 Ingram House,
    Churchgate,
    Chesthunt,
    Herfordshire EN8 9NH
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The Haven Project

The Haven Project is a community interest company dedicated to the support and treatment of people with a personality disorder diagnosis who live in the Colchester, Tendring peninsula, and Halstead area. They provide therapeutic recovery services and group support from Monday - Friday, as well as 24/7 crisis support.

  • The Haven Project
  • 01206 287316
  • 10 St. Peters Court, St. Peters Street, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1WD
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The SUN Network

The SUN Network exists to support people who use Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol, or Carers services in Cambridgeshire, in being involved in the planning, design and evaluation of those services. They aim to support as many people as possible to make sure their views are heard, will help you become involved to ensure that services are delivered in the right way and provide you with training to help you do so. Details taken from Group website.

  • The SUN Network
  • 01480 276 057
  • The Limes 24 New Street St Neots Cambridgeshire PE19 1AJ
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Time to Talk Mental Health UK

Time to Talk Mental Health UK is a fully private and confidential Facebook community. The community is highly interactive and fully moderated; it provides a safe place for people to talk about their mental health in confidence with others who understand. In addition, they provide events, regular clubs and a library of resources.

You can find the private Facebook group here.

Unite Norfolk

Unite aims to bring people together who, for whatever reason, find themselves feeling isolated. Each month Unite offers a choice of activities for people to attend, offering opportunities to connect with other people, so as to expand social links, and create new interests and friendships. Unite Norfolk runs several groups in and near Norwich, each of which has a different contact number. Please visit the website to see addresses and contact details. NB: you need to register and log in order to access the contact form.

  • Unite Norfolk
  • 01603 421540 or 01603 201483
  • The Yare Pub, Riverside Estate NR13 5PL
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Viewpoint

Viewpoint is a user involvement charity in Hertfordshire for people with mental health or drug and alcohol problems. They hold local forums and meetings across the county to take service users’ views and suggestions to mental health service providers, and also invite members to have their say online. They also aim to ensure that people are well informed about the support they can get, and advocate peer support to do this. They run regular training for peer mentoring and involvement, as well as confidence building courses.

  • Viewpoint
  • 01707 386 136
  • Weltech Business Centre Ridgeway Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 2AA
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Voiceability

Voiceability work across England to support people who face disadvantage and discrimination to have a voice. They provide advocacy and user involvement services in a number of local authorities. As they have numerous regional offices there are different contact details for each of these, listed at http://www.voiceability.org/contact-us/. The contact details listed to the right are for their Head Office and the main reception there.

  • VoiceAbility
  • 01223 555800
  • VoiceAbility, Mount Pleasant House, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, CB3 0RN
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West Norfolk Disability Information Services (WNDiS)

WNDiS (West Norfolk Disability information Service) provides information, advice and an advocacy service for disabled people and carers. We also conduct Access Audits of buildings and give training in Disability Awareness and Equality.

  • Jonathan Toye
  • 01553 782 558
  • 14 Tuesday Market Place King's Lynn Norfolk PE30 1JN
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