Bristol Mental Health Support
ABLEize promotes mental health support in Bristol and Avon by giving you a list of services and resources where you can get support and information including isolation, loneliness and fear and worries over Coronavirus (COVID-19). The organisations below cater for individuals and family members and includes issues like depression, help to cope with everyday problems that life throws at us, partnership breakup’s and coping with a death, isolation and all areas of wellbeing. The mental health support services also include help to deal with anger, anxiety, panic attacks and conditions such as bipolar.
You can find confidential online resources specific to Bristol including Clifton, Kingswood, Redland and surrounding areas. Find confidential online, telephone support, self-help support groups, information and resources all relating to mental health for all ages including children and teens experiencing mental health issues and related problems.
BIMHN is an independent mental health networks for Bristol offering support, suicide prevention, education and events along with drop in centres for men and women. Site includes contacts and links of interest.
A leading mental health charity for more than 30 years offering free emotional support tailored to your individual needs and recovery plan. Has two locations in Bristol and Bath with email and offers telephone contacts during Coronavirus (COVID-19) issues.
Provides a wide range of mental health services and support to all of Bristol. Includes crisis centre details, well-being therapy, assessment centre and recovery and much more. Check out their site for help and support to adults, children and family members experiencing mental health issues and problems.
Details of mental health support provided throughout Bristol with meetings in Clifton, Fishponds, Central, Easton and many other areas Includes training and workshops, how to offer support or become a volunteers.
Bristol MindLine is funded by Bristol CCG and Bristol City Council and offers free confidential help and support service open Wednesday to Sunday from 8pm to midnight. Also has details of how to be a volunteer.
Details of dedicated and same day appointments for students experiencing mental health problems. Includes details of student counselling services with contacts.