Bipolar UKHealth and wellbeing, Information and advice, Social, emotional and mental health difficulties, Support group
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals affected by bipolar. We have a range of support options that are all free to access.
Link Mentoring Service: The Link Mentoring Service provides telephone mentoring sessions for individuals and their family members and carers who are affected by bipolar. Talking to a Volunteer Mentor with experience of living with bipolar can provide support, advice and practical information in relation to bipolar. Phone 0333 323 4458 or visit our website.
Support Groups: Our peer Support Groups run throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland and meet on a monthly basis. You can get details of the groups from our office or on our website. Phone 0333 323 3885 or visit our website.
eCommunity:¬†The eCommunity online discussion forum is a vibrant, supportive source of support for all individuals affected by bipolar. The eCommunity is hosted and moderated by Bipolar UK, offering a safe and secure environment to talk in. Register free through our website at www.bipolaruk.org/ecommunity
If¬† you are interested in accessing any of the above services, or would like more information, please contact us.
Type of provision
Universal - This is for everyone, including people with special educational needs and disabilities
|Telephone||0333 323 3880|
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|Address||Bipolar UK, Clarence House, Clarence Place, Newport, NP19 7AA|