Buckinghamshire Mind Guide

Results for "Support Services"

Aylesbury

Aylesbury Women’s Aid

Aylesbury Women’s Aid is a charity that was set up in 1986 by a small group of women who were concerned that there was no provision for women being abused by their partners in the Aylesbury area The purpose of Aylesbury Women’s Aid ... Read More

BAAT – British Association of Art Therapists

The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) is a dynamic organisation and art therapy is a growing profession. In the UK, Adrian Hill and Edward Adamson helped to pioneer art therapy in the 1940s and 50s. Strongly anchored in visual art practice, the art ... Read More

Milton Keynes

BalancED MK

BalancED MK is a Community Interest Company (CIC) that supports people affected by Eating Disorders, through self-support groups, one to one counselling and education. We work mainly in the Milton Keynes and surrounding area and with people of all ages. ... Read More

Battle against Tranquillisers (BAT)

To help those who are addicted to benzodiazepines, tranquillisers and sleeping pills, and drugs with similar effects, and who wish to withdraw from them, to do so as comfortably as possible, and to help them to make the changes necessary ... Read More

Beaconsfield Library

Learn My Way Computer Lessons Would you like to learn how to use computers? Want to brush up on your computer skills? We run free, bookable sessions enabling you to get online fast. Sessions are available during the week on ... Read More

Beat

Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. We began life in 1989 as the first national charity for people with eating disorders because of a merger of two local charities. Called the Eating Disorders Association, we have grown and developed ... Read More

Bereavement UK

Providing bereavement support and information within the UK and worldwide. View video clips, online resources and contacts for support. ... Read More

High Wycombe

Bipolar UK

Provides information and support to people affected by bipolar. Peer Support Group in High Wycombe. High Wycombe Support Group  Our Support Groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers.  Meets: 3rd ... Read More