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 hosts Camden frontline's mental health and substance service user group. We want to make mental health and drug and alcohol services in Camden better for others and we need to hear about your experiences so that they can help shape better provision in the future. Join Camden Frontline and help improve drug and alcohol services in Camden.
Mind in Camden hosts a free weekly group meeting for members to share experiences and support each other through fear and anxiety.
For more information please contact 0207 241 8973 or visit www.mindincamden.org.uk.
Mentoring service where the mentor uses their experience to help their mentee through their personal recovery. Mentors may also help service users to identify and reach short-term goals that may include accessing community services, filling in forms and paperwork, and finding out more about support available in Camden.
Details of peer support groups for those aged 18 or above who are from African-Caribbean and Bangladeshi communities in Camden.
Mind in Camden host a free peer support group meeting every Wednesday for young people (16-25) who hear, see or sense things others don't.
For more information please contact 0207 241 8973 or visit the www.mindincamden.org.uk
Mind in Camden hosts a free peer support group every Thursday for people with paranoia or beliefs other may find unusual.
For more information please contact 0207 241 893 or visit www.mindincamden.org.uk.