Health

Bristol Mental Health

Range of NHS mental health support services including therapy, rehabilitation, dementia support, and wellbeing advice, also crisis support including Women's Crisis Centre, which provides a safe place for women in mental health crisis to stay

Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling

Counselling service access to specially trained counsellors and psychotherapists in Bristol and Bath. Interpreters provided if required.

Bristol Drugs Project

BDP is an independent charity committed to reducing harm and helping people gain independence from drugs and alcohol.  All services are free and confidential. Includes women's services.

Bristol Mind

Local mental health charity offering information and signposting, advocacy, and a telephone helpline. Also hosts a variety of metal health self help groups. 0117 908 0370.

Changes Bristol

Mental health peer support group meetings in Bristol area

Bristol Wellbeing Therapies

Psychological Care. Bristol Wellbeing Therapies (BWT) is the gateway into Bristol’s NHS funded primary care service. BWT conduct all the assessments into this free and confidential service. Linkages with women's groups around Bristol.

Off The Record Bristol

Counselling, Youth Support Workers (YSWs), Groups & Workshops, Sexual Health & the C-Card Scheme and help and info on depression, anxiety, self harm, anger, eating problems, suicide.

Social Anxiety Bristol

Social Anxiety Bristol (SA Bristol) is a self-help group open to anyone who experiences or has experienced social anxiety.

Womankind Bristol

Womankind provides women in the Bristol area with free or affordable professional counselling, psychotherapy and on-going support.

Women's Independent Alcohol Support (WIAS)

W.I.A.S (Women's Independent Alcohol Support) is a friendly non-judgmental non-profit organisation run by women for women who are concerned about their alcohol use.

Brook

Specialist help and advisory service for the under 25’s, covering all aspects of sexual health and termination of pregancy. If there is no centre in your area, they will refer to local services.

Frank

Advice and Support to anyone wanting to know more about drugs, information about different drugs and their effects, advice on how to help a friend/family member. Advice leaflets available and can refer to local services.

Samaritans

Provides confidential non-judgmental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide.