Bipolar UK Camden Support Group offers support to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. The group is run by Bipolar UK and our volunteer co-facilitators (who are affected by bipolar themselves) lead the meetings.
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Voiceability delivers the Camden Peer Mentoring Service. This is a volunteer led service, where Peer Mentors use their lived experience of mental health to support others in the community and hospitals who may be experiencing difficulties with their Mental Health. We offer 1-to-1 emotional, and practical support over 10 sessions for up to 5 months.
We are contactable on 0300 303 1660 or Camden.firstname.lastname@example.org
This peer support group began in April 2019 and is unique in London for being the only NHS-supported peer support group expressly for people who frame their difficulties in terms of spirituality. Group members encourage each other to improve or maintain their wellbeing by creating a monthly safe space where they can come together to get to know each other and share their stories and any spiritual, religious and cultural perspectives.
Details of peer support groups for those aged 18 or above who are from African-Caribbean and Bangladeshi communities in Camden.
Would you like to connect with people from your cultural background who have had similar experiences to you? Maybe you would like to ask questions or share your thoughts about something that is troubling you? A peer support group offers a safe, warm and welcoming environment with like-minded people. Groups are for those aged 18 or above who are from Camden's African-Caribbean or Bangladeshi community. Read about where peer support groups are held in Camden and how to make contact.
Camden Recovery & Islington Aftercare Services is holding weekly drop-ins for anyone who is in recovery from a substance use issue, helping them access education, training, employment and volunteering opportunities. Come and meet peer mentors, people with lived experience, at these sessions, which commence 26 June 18, SHP, London NW6.
WAY offers a unique peer-to-peer support network to anyone whose partner died when they were young. We also have lively social groups that meet up throughout the year for drinks, meals out, walks and picnics.
If you have a question or would like to find out more about WAY, please contact us.