13 public communities
ABC is a national UK eating disorders organisation with over 25 years of experience. We provide on-going care, emotional support and practical guidance for anyone affected by eating disorders. We support and care for those struggling personally and resource and equip parents, families, friends and professionals.
The Shaw Mind Foundation is a dynamic charity, passionate about tackling the stigma that can accompany mental health issues. Our overarching goal is to support anyone who may have lost hope; both the sufferer and those who support them. We believe recovery is possible for many who are currently not getting the help they need. This is where The Shaw Mind Foundation makes a difference; we don’t want people to continue to slip through the net because they have to wait for care, don’t have funds to access life-saving treatment, or live in an area or country that can’t currently access mental health recovery programmes. Mental health doesn’t discriminate; neither should geography or financial status. --- The best way to keep your community as safe as possible is by using "Report" feature. If needed, please do not hesitate to flag any posts to by clicking "Report" button https://support.healthunlocked.com/article/17-how-do-i-report-content or sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. No one should have to deal with extreme feelings alone, so please reach out to close family and friends for help if you need to. You can also talk to your GP or contact one of the many mental health resources found in our Help Centre article here: https://support.healthunlocked.com/article/12-mental-health-resources-and-services If you feel you need immediate support, please call your emergency number 999 or go to your local A&E.
OCD-UK are a national OCD charity which is run by, and for, people with lived experience of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Uniquely, the charity is completely service-user led, everyone involved in the organisation have personal experience of OCD, either directly or through a loved one. Based on those experiences, we provide life-changing advice, information and support services for those affected by OCD, and campaign to end the trivialisation and stigma of OCD. We also work to help health professionals and the public understand OCD better, so that the thousands of people we support no longer have to feel ashamed or embarrassed to talk about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
The International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) is the largest non-profit solely dedicated to helping individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders to live full and productive lives. Our aim is to increase access to effective treatment through research and training, foster a hopeful and supportive community for those affected by OCD and the professionals who treat them, and fight stigma surrounding mental health issues. We hope that My OCD Community on HealthUnlocked is a safe and inviting space for you to connect with other members of the OCD community in order to both find and provide support for your shared experiences.
The Heal My PTSD forum is a safe, supportive and informative space where survivors and their caregivers can connect to others with similar experiences. It is run by volunteers, which are PTSD survivors themselves. It was founded by award winning author and blogger, Michele Rosenthal, who has since moved on to other projects. This community is based on mutual support, exchanging experiences and ideas for healing. Our vision is to provide support and practical tips on how to cope in daily life with various PTSD symptoms (anxiety, depression, fear, flashbacks, nightmares, intrusive thoughts, hypervigilance, dissociation and others) as well as share successes and ideas for recovery. Our personal experiences and recovery journeys are unique but by connecting to others we discover that there are things we can relate to and that we truly aren’t alone.
This community is a safe space for those affected by anxiety and depression to talk to others who truly understand. ADAA is a nonprofit dedicated to the prevention, treatment, & cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, & research. www.adaa.org offers free educational resources for more than 11 million annual visitors; Find-a-Therapist database; webinars, blog posts, podcasts & videos; support groups, and more. ADAA does not provide psychiatric, psychological, or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please note: You may be contacted by one of our administrators to invite you to serve as a volunteer administrator or to share your story. If we do reach out to you, your anonymity is not compromised unless you agree to share personal contact information with us. If you do not wish to engage with us, simply do not respond.
Anxiety Support helps people with general anxiety and anxiety from health related reasons. Facilitated by Malecare, one of the world's leading patient support nonprofit organizations. Our group provides a sense of belonging with others in similar situations and to be able to chat and learn with a community of like minds. Members here have a wide range of different experiences and backgrounds. Anyone needing in-person or immediate help or support from a patient organization can choose from the list of resources in the pinned post in the right hand column on the posts/home page.
Welcome to AFMCG community! :) Here you can share your experiences about living with Fibromyalgia & M.E in a non-judgemental friendly environment. AFMCG members can be from all over UK, the world however the group was initially founded for a place in Hampshire called Andover, The philosophy of the group to treat one another with respect & understanding focusing on bringing the FMS/ME community together to provide support for one another. We aim to post relevant information or signpost members to other organisations that may give the appropriate advice. We are passionate about raising awareness & often post relevant campaigns to help spread the word including petitions. To find out more please visit www.afmcg.org. Please can we kindly ask you adhere to the guidelines to make the community a supportive place for one & all. Any questions please contact our Volunteer Admin via the private message facility or alternatively email email@example.com
Fibro Friends WSM is registered with the Fibroduck Foundation Our aim is to reach out to others in the area with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue and Similar Conditions. We run Regular Coffee Mornings and Meetings and occasionally invite guest speakers to come along and talk to us, to help us have better understanding of our conditions and how to manage them. We Meet Twice a Month: On The Second and Last Tuesday Every Month At 11am 1 in 4 People 39 Oxford Street. Weston Super Mare