Alzheimer's Society - Helpline

Helpline: 
0300 222 11 22

Looking for information, support or advice about dementia? Call the Alzheimer's Society National Helpline. 

Association for Post-Natal Illness Helpline

Helpline: 
0207 386 0868

Postnatal depressed women may feel unable to go out of their house, and meeting people may cause them a great deal of stress, therefore contact made on the phone or by e-mail can be ideal.

Asthma UK - Helpline

Helpline: 
0300 222 5800

Speak to an asthma expert nurse on the Asthma UK helpline.

Autism NI - Helpline

Autism NI operates an Helpline Service from Monday to Friday. Individuals, parents and professionals use this service to seek information on a wide range of issues related to Autism pre and post diagnosis. The volume of enquiries we are dealing with indicates the real need that exists to inform, assist and support those affected by Autism.

Aware NI - Online Support Groups

Aware's peer-led online support group is for anyone over 18 with an experience of depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder. They offer this service for people who are unable or who don’t feel ready or able to access our face-to-face support groups. The online support group takes place on a Tuesday afternoon from 2.30pm - 3.30pm. You need to have Skype installed on your device, phone, tablet, laptop or PC and be logged in 10 to 15 minutes before the start of the call. The group meeting lasts an hour and will be facilitated by members of Aware staff.

Aware NI - Support Groups

Depression can be a very isolating illness. AWARE Support Groups provide an opportunity to meet others with similar experiences, this helps to explain the illness and allows group members to speak freely about how they are feeling, lets group members share information, discuss options and support each other to move forward.

BEAT Eating Disorders - Forum

The message boards are here to support anyone concerned about themselves or someone else affected by eating disorders.

BEAT Eating Disorders - Helpline

Helpline: 
0808 801 0677

If the BEAT Eating Disorders Helpline you will speak to a trained support worker experienced in listening and talking to people in a similar situation to you. They know it can be difficult to reach out for help and talk about what you are feeling and going through, but they aim to provide a supportive, non-judgemental space.

BEAT Eating Disorders - One-to-One Chat

You can talk one-to-one with BEAT using their secure instant messaging service. Beat’s advisers are highly trained, and available to talk to anyone affected by an eating disorder 365 days a year . They'll listen to your concerns in a non-judgemental way, provide you with support, and help you to decide on your best next step.

Bowel Cancer UK - Ask a Nurse

The nurses can provide you with information in response to your query, and can signpost you to further support. You should receive a response to your enquiry within two to four working days.

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