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  • British Psychological Society
    The Society maintains a Directory of Chartered Psychologists to help people access psychological services. It provides information about careers in psychology. All services are available through our website.
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  • Catch22 Hampshire 24/7
    24/7 Emergency Referral & Crisis Line for young people. Confidential service for young people aged 18 and under. Prompt response before their motivation falters and problems get worse. Harm-reduction approach which informs young people about the effects of drug/alcohol misuse and risks involved.. Individually tailored help based on assessment of each young person’s needs. Specialist support for mental health problems. Help for the family so they’re better able to support the young person. Access to prescribing & needle exchange services. Access to alternative therapies. Social work qualified staff.
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  • Community Access Project
    To support clients to access the community and work towards targets they have set. This can help with moving home, starting college, claiming benefits, getting a job and attending the gym. Please contact our Project Manager for details.
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  • Creative Response (Arts) Ltd
    Arts related activities with practising professional artists in a welcoming & therapeutic environment. Both visual & performance related arts. NOT ART THERAPY. We work with people who have Mental Health problems, Alcohol/Drug Related problems & Specific Behavioural and/or Learning Difficulties. Our working relationships are based on a foundation of mutual trust, care and support. A freedom exists because there are no bounds or rules. We work with small groups of people (8-10) and there are always three artworkers present ensuring a relaxed atmosphere.
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  • Enham Trust
    We provide a wide range of innovative and personalised services that are driven by the needs of our clients, including: 1. Personal Development Programmes 2. Vocational Training and Employment Services 3. Housing and Care options Community based support services 4. Employment and skills 5. Information, advice and guidance 6. Physiotherapy and occupational therapy 7. Client activities
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  • Havant & District Mencap Society
    Social events; clubs for members.
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  • Havant and East Hants MIND
    Information, support, advice and social activities for persons with mental illness and for their friends, relatives and carers. Wellbeing Service and Advocacy. Counselling Services, Independent Mental Health Advocacy, Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy
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  • Kingfisher Trust/Kingfisher Day Centre
    We offer a range of daily activities with emphasis on personalised care and friendship; a freshly prepared meal is provided and shower facilities are offered. We run a lunch club and use out mini-bus to transport clients to and from the building and for occasional outings.
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  • Kingsley Centre
    Kingsley Centre offers training and opportunities for disabled people, and services to the surrounding rural area through its village shop, post office, cafe and hall hiring. Lunch Club - two course home cooked lunch and a variety of activities, such as singing, gentle exercise.
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  • Portsmouth Interaction
    Bowling, swimming, allotments, weight training, tennis, conservation work, walking etc.
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  • Portsmouth Mind
    Peer support network (groups and activities run by members & in the community, cafe, library). Information hub (office, website, facebook and twitter)
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  • Royal College of Psychiatrists
    Professional and educational organisation for psychiatrists in the UK. Provide leaflets on common mental health problems for the general public and fact sheets on common psychiatric treatments. Materials available free of charge with SAE. Ran national campaign 'Changing Minds' to increase understanding of mental health problems and reduce stigma & discrimination. In 2004, launched a joint campaign with the Princess Royal Trust for Carers, Partners in Care: Working together to make a real difference.
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  • SANE/SANEline/SANEmail
    SANE is a national mental health charity that works to: Raise awareness; combat stigma and increase understanding of mentl illness. Initiate research into causes, treatments and experiences of mental illness. Provide emtional support & information to anyone affected by mental illness, including families, friends and carers. One-to-one support: Helpline: 0845 767 8000 (6-11pm everyday) - cost of local call from BT landlines. Textcare Service. Peer support: Support Forum http://www.sane.org.uk/what_we_do/support/supportforum/ More information,visit the SANE website at www.sane.org.uk
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  • Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust - Eating Disorder Service
    The specialist community eating disorder service works closely and flexibly with primary care and secondary mental health services including area or community mental health teams. The team provides community based assessment, outpatient, individual or group work, couple and family work and day treatment.
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  • The Open Mind Club
    Activities: cards, games, table tennis, discussions etc. AGM around October. Music session, craft
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  • Together Working for Wellbeing
    Kings House is a residential care home for up to 17 adults with mental health needs incurring 1 self contained apartment.
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  • Winchester Gold (formally Winchester & District Mencap Society)
    Low level circuit training at River Park Leisure Centre Saturdays. Healthy Lunch Club. Person centred planning. Fundraising activities include concerts, dances, garden openings. Buddying to help members access activities in the community. Information, support, signposting. Regular groups, drop in sessions for friendship & information. Safer places scheme.
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