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Self Help Groups

  • S.O.L.O. Save Our Living Organs

    Self-help group for kidney conditions.
  • S.P.i.N. Single Parent's in Norfolk

    this is agroup soley for single parent's in norfolk, we operate many drop ins around norfolk thses can be found out by phoning the contact number. there is also an outreach worker who supplies information on any related issue to your family either in your home or at one of our drop ins. also we are...
  • S4A (Support for Alcohol)

    We are a peer led voluntary community support service, offering an alternative choice for people over 18 years of age who have a desire to address, or overcome difficulties that are based around their alcohol consumption/dependency, attaining sobriety or safe levels of drinking. Individuals are...
  • SAD Association (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

    A voluntary organisation providing support and advice to SAD sufferers. For further details write and enclose a stamped addressed envelope.
  • Safe Haven Hostels

    We are a small group that can offer free overnight or short term accommodation to any ladies who for what ever reason are facing homelessness or without accommodation. We can also provide a person with shelter from a violent partner.
  • SafeMedicine Cabinet

    "SafeMedicineCabinet was formed to offer a reference point on learning about the medicines in your cupboard. It's always a good idea to be prepared for minor illness by having the right things in your medicine cabinet. This site examines their safety and effectiveness. Our features and articles are...
  • Samaritans of Medway, Gravesham & Swale West

    Offer confidential emotional support to those in despair and crisis
  • Samaritans of Walsall & District

    Local branch of Samaritans offering confidential emotional support 24 hours a day by phone, letter, email and at certain times face to face. Staffed entirely by trained volunteers. A "listening ear" at times of crisis and despair.
  • Samaritans, The

    Support for all those in distress; 184 branches open 24 hours a day. Telephone directories list local branches.
  • SAMH

    SAMH, Scotland’s leading mental health charity, works to support people who experience mental health problems, homelessness, addictions and other forms of social exclusion. We provide direct services, including accommodation, support, employment and rehabilitation, and actively campaign to...
  • Sanctuary South Devon

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  • SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society)

    Information and a national support network for parents who have lost a baby through stillbirth or neonatal death.
  • Sandwell Mind/Community Group Work

    Self help groups meeting in community venues across Sandwell supporting people with anxiety and depression including PND
  • Sandwell Mind/SHAPE project

    Self help groups meeting in community venues across Sandwell supporting people with anxiety and depression including PND
  • SANE

    SANE is a national mental health charity which aims to raise awareness of mental illness and campaign to improve services and initiate and fund research into the causes of serious mental illness through its research centre. Information and emotional support is also provided to anyone affected by...
  • Save the Children Fund

    We are leaders in transforming attitudes toward children and on some issues we have completely changed what is accepted as the norm for children in the world today.
  • SBMA UK

    My name is Paul France and I was diagnosed with SBMA in 1996 aged 27. We have set up a SBMA UK website to highlight the disease, to put affected people in touch with one another and to make information about SBMA more readily available. SBMA, also called Kennedy's disease is a rare inherited...
  • Scattering Ashes

    A website that gives good simple advice and ideas on scattering a loved ones ashes. What the law says, the ceremony, the locations, poems, quotes and how to memorialise in your own way
  • Schizophrenia Association of Great Britain, International Centre for Schizophrenia,

  • Scoliosis Association (UK)

  • Scope Response

    Scope is the UK’s leading Disability Charity. Our focus is on children and adults with cerebral palsy and people living with other severe and complex impairments. Our Vision is a world where disabled people have the same opportunities to fulfill their life ambitions as non disabled people. For...
  • Scottish Aids Research Foundation

  • Scottish Association for Mental Health

    A voluntary organisation concerne with mental health in Scotland. The information service provides information on slef-help groups and local contacts. It provides supported accommodation and training for employment on projects all over Scotland.
  • Scottish Association for the Deaf

    Co-ordinates work of all statutory and voluntary agencies in Scotland working for hearing-impaired people, and maintains register.
  • Scottish Association of Prostate Cancer Groups

    The Scottish Association of Prostate Cancer Support Groups works on a national level by making more people aware of prostate cancer. By encouraging much needed improvements in early detection and treatment methods. By ensuring that patients have enough information to decide which course of...
  • Scottish Care & Information on Miscarriage (SCIM)

    We offer a specialised counselling service for: Miscarriage, Stillbirth, Neonatal death, and related issues such as; Infertility, Depression, Stress, Relationship Difficulties, Emotional support, employment issues, Loss and bereavement. SCIM are based in the centre of Glasgow
  • Scottish College of Homeopathy

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  • Scottish Cot Death Trust

  • Scottish Council on Alcohol

    Network of local councils on alcohol. Promotes safe and sensible levels on drinking.
  • Scottish Drugs Forum

  • Scottish Motor Neurone Disease Advice, Care and Support

  • Scottish National Institute for War Blinded

  • Scottish Society for Autistic Children

    Promotes care and interests of children suffering from infantile or childhood autism, and their families. Provides an educational establishment, residential care, counselling and group meetings.
  • Scottish Spina Bifida Association

  • Scottish Sports Association for the Disabled (FIPRE)

  • Scottish Throughcare & Aftercare Forum

    Forum Online shares information on a wide range of throughcare & aftercare practice and policy developments for young people leaving care in Scotland. The Scottish Throughcare & Aftercare Forum aims to improve support for young people leaving care by influencing the development of national...
  • Scottish Women's Aid

    Information, support and refuge for abused women and their children via a network of 37 local groups throughout Scotland.
  • See-Saw

    For families withy visually impared children. Support, advice and information. Provides specalist equiptment for the home to enhance educational and social opportunities
  • Selby Survivors Mental Health Self Support Group

    Self Help group for those who have suffered or are suffering mental health problems and carers. Drop in facility offering support and help No referal from outside agencies needed.
  • Self Help Initiatives Project

    We provides support and personal development opportunities for anyone in Leeds and surrounding area who is experiencing self-defined emotional distress/mental health issues. We are able to offer ongoing self help support groups, one day workshops, confidence building courses and facilitator...
  • Self Help Initiatives Project (SHIP)

    We provide support and personal development opportunities for anyone in Leeds and surrounding area who is experiencing self-defined emotional distress/mental health issues. We are able to offer ongoing self help support groups, one day workshops, confidence building courses and tai chi courses. We...
  • Self Help Instantly

    Run by Patrick O'Leary,(Advice is FREE but donations are welcome) a sufferer of childhood abuse whose common sense, non religious realisation enabled him to break free of the pain of his past and be the happy husband and father that he is today.
  • Self Help Motivation

    An informational site that covers all aspects of self help particularly aimed at self motivation via articles and videos.
  • Self Help Nottingham

    An independent charity offering support, training, advice and practical services to self help groups in Nottinghamshire. Self help groups support people who experience health problems, have long-term medical conditions, disabilities or who face difficult life situations. Information is available...
  • Self Help Services

    Menatl health support groups
  • Self Improvement Centre

    Self Improvement Centre Provides books, audio pragrammes, seminars and coaching/training services.
  • Self-Help Cancer

    We provide information concerning complementary help for cancer patients.
  • Self-Help Initiatives Project

    Self-help for people in mental distress
  • Self-help-guides-to-go.com

    This site has totally free content, and covers most problems and issues that we all struggle with at some point in out lives. This is a self help, self development, self improvement site, that has a varied selection of tools to aid and assist you. Included is hypnosis, meditation, relaxing music,...
  • Sense Information and Advice Service

    Sense is the leading national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind. We provide expert advice and information as well as specialist services to deafblind people, their families, carers and the professionals who work with them. We also support people who have...
  • Sequel Trust (The)

    Communication aids for the profoundly disabled, eg remote controlled computers and page turners - supplied free on loan.
  • Sexaholics Anonymous

    For those who want to stop their self-destructive sexual thinking and behaviour
  • SHAPE at Sandwell MIND

    SHAPE standing for Self Help A Positive Experience- supports and develops self help across the Sandwell Borough for those who have or are experiencing mental health problems. e.g depression. anxiety, PND and bereavement.
  • SHARP

    SHARP is an out-patient treatment programme for drug and alcohol dependency operating in Greater London, Liverpool and Bournemouth. To participate, clients must be at least 24 hours substance free. Features of the programme are as follows. • Structured day programme 12-step abstinence based over...
  • Sheffield Fibromyalgia Self Help Group

    This group is important to Sheffield because there is nowhere else to seek support. At the first meeting we hand out an information pack, listen to what the sufferer has to tell us and help in anyway we can. Sufferers can be with other people with FM so are free to talk about their symptoms and...
  • Shelter

    Shelter helps 170,000 people a year fight for their rights, get back on their feet, and find and keep a home. They provide practical help to families and individuals facing homeless or a housing problem.
  • Shingles Support Society

    Send small donation for 19 page information pack which includes self-help tips from other sufferers and full drug therapy details written for GPs by a consultant neurologist with dosages and references.
  • Shopmobility

    Shopmobility Directory - places you can hire a wheelchair, centres with facilities and suitable access for disabled people.
  • Shopmobility Fareham

    We hire mobility equipment to enable people access to Fareham Town Centre. We are also a Carers and disability information centre
  • Shopmobility Paisley & District

    Providing free use of scooters, power chairs, wheelchairs in Paisley and district. Shopping escort available. Free registration. Wheelchair hire also available at affordable rates