Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting people affected by bipolar. Every month we support over 1,000 people with bipolar to stay well. This includes those with bipolar, those pre-diagnosis, and supporting their family and friends.
Our peer support services include the below.
- Leaflets and information can be on our website www.bipolaruk.org.
- Peer support groups across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. These groups are facilitated by trained volunteers, do not require a referral or booking to attend. Find out more on our website www.bipolaruk.org/find-a-support-group or call 0333 323 3885.
- A moderated eCommunity with over 2,500 registered users. Join us at www.bipolaruk.org/ecommunity
- A one to one telephone and email peer support. To arrange a call back, leave a message on 0333 323 3880 or email email@example.com
All of the above services can be used free of charge, and the support services are available to those over the age of 18. Although, those between 16 and 18 can attend a support group if accompanied by an adult.
We also offer employment support, which is open to both employers and employees. This offers practical support, training and resources. https://www.bipolaruk.org/Pages/Category/employment-support
Who to contact
- 0333 323 3885 (national support line) 0333 323 3885 (national support line)
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- Referral required
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No need to let anyone know you are coming, just turn up to a group. If you are aged between 16 and 18 you can attend a Support Group if you are accompanied by a parent or guardian
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