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A support group for people who have bipolar disorder and their carers.
A support group for those affected by mental health issues and their carers. Group meetings are held on Monday afternoons, please contact for more information.
Moving On is a social group for people who have suffered from the effects of mental illness in the Bridport area. There are a range of social activities, from art, to keep fit and board games. Tea and coffee is available in an informal setting where members can relax and chat together. We meet weekly on a Tuesday at 10.30am to 1.30pm in the cafe area of the Youth Centre.
We run self-help groups, where members have a shared experience and can give and receive support in a safe environment. In this context, the shared experience is mental illness and the aim is to help each other towards improved mental health.
We provide a variety of recovery focused activities, training and one-to-one support for people with mental health problems. Our service is based on an ethos of social inclusion, service user involvement and individualised support. Activities include peer support, healthy living, horticultural groups, Bailey's Frames, groups and group work. Volunteering opportunities are available within the service.
The Steps to Wellbeing Service is a free, confidential NHS service for people aged 18+. We provide a service across the county of Dorset and in Southampton for people registered at either a Dorset or Southampton GP surgery.
The Oak Tree Club aims to reduce social isolation and exclusion often felt by those people suffering with mental illness living in the local community. There are many benefits of being a club member, including making new friends, having a social outlet at the beginning of the weekend and also activities/events occurring normally once a week. There is a small charge for attending.
An activity support group for anyone experiencing mental health problems.
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